The Book Audio Series Archives

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January 17, 2017

Presidential Inaugurations and the Bible: Harry S....

On January 20, 1945, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was inaugurated for an unprecedented fourth term as President. Just eighty-three days later, on Apri...
January 16, 2017

Presidential Inaugurations and the Bible: Barack O...

Did you know there’s no constitutional requirement that a Bible be used in taking the oath of office? President Obama used three Bibles for his sec...
December 30, 2016

Morse Code

Morse Code! Those familiar on-and-off tones and clicks that transmit text across a telegraph line. When it was heard on May 24, 1844, inventor Samuel...
December 29, 2016

James Clerk Maxwell: Acclaimed the Father of Moder...

Grating to the ear. but without the presence of electric and magnetic forces we couldn’t survive on this planet. James Clerk Maxwell was a major co...
December 28, 2016

Charlie Chaplin: Silent Film Superstar Who Spoke t...

In the 1920s and 30s, Charlie Chaplin had become America’s silent-screen superstar for his comedic antics in film. But it was his first talking pic...
December 27, 2016

Gospel Singer Mavis Staples: Kennedy Center Honore...

In 1972, The Staples Singers spent weeks on the Billboard charts—their song “Respect Yourself” an iconic part of the civil rights movement! And ton...
December 26, 2016

Johann Sebastian Bach: The Fifth Evangelist

Johann Sebastian Bach wrote one of his most famous works, the Christmas Oratorio, to be performed during the Christmas season. Bach is thought t...

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