The Book Audio Series Archives

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December 21, 2016

Christmas 1943: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

In 1943 America, Dennis Day was singing, “I’ll be Home for Christmas.” In Germany, 800 prisoners of the Third Reich were awaiting trial in a milita...
December 20, 2016

Christmas Speech: Queen Elizabeth II

In Queen Elizabeth’s 2015 annual Christmas Day speech, she invoked the Bible to encourage hope in difficult times. “It is true that the world has had...
December 19, 2016

Christmas Traditions

Santa Claus, Christmas trees, and chestnuts roasting on an open fire! It wasn’t until the early 19th century that Christmas traditions even slight...
December 16, 2016

Christmas at Wanamakers

For Macy’s “Random Acts of Culture” project in 2010, holiday shoppers were surprised with a flash mob of 600 singers accompanied on a pipe organ prese...
December 13, 2016

Cities with Biblical Names

What’s your guess? It’s the only state without a city named from the Bible? The Aloha State! Worldwide, guess which Bible-named city appears to...
December 15, 2016

The Christmas Story: How Would You Tell It?

When a story is told time after time, literally for centuries, it can get a bit distorted—the facts as presented are not quite as accurate as they cou...
December 14, 2016

George Frideric Handel: Setting the Bible to Musi...

One of the most famous pieces of sacred music, Handel’s Messiah debuted in 1741! A composer for the Chapel Royal in London, Handel was said to “fre...