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A positive yet honest critique of the development of Christianity and how essentially biblical text points towards an infinitely more hopeful image of God, Jesus/Christ and humanity. Only one criticism which is out-dated use of homeopathic metaphor. Homeopathy now having been completely discredited by extensive clinical trials.
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If you could sum up Things Hidden in three words, what would they be?
Light to faith
What other book might you compare Things Hidden to and why?
Rohr's several books on spirituality. Rohr's thinking is always striking and practical.
Which character – as performed by John Quigley – was your favorite?
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Opening the eyes of faith.
Any additional comments?
This book can be read straight thru;but then comes the assimulation with silence, pauses,
and at you own pace.
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Would you listen to Things Hidden again? Why?
Yes, a fresh take on the Bible that makes sense of seeming contradictions in the text.
This book is meant to move you along the path to greater spirituality and a deeper understanding of the Bible. As I travel the path I think I will get more from it each time I listen to it based on where I am at the time.
What did you like best about this story?
Firmly grounded in Christianity but draws on other traditions as well, even if not overtly. Certainly does not give 'good' Christians a pass.
What about John Quigley’s performance did you like?
Well read and paced. John Quigley did a good job but I would have preferred to have Richard read it.
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