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In the Footsteps of St. Paul

Narrated by: Richard Rohr
Length: 7 hrs and 34 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (89 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In retracing the second and third missionary trips of St. Paul, Father Richard Rohr breaks open the life of this saint, recasting him as a mystic and as the first Christian theologian. Rohr presents Paul's revolutionary and all-embracing vision and invites us to enter into the mystery of Christ and be transformed. Rohr breaks new ground by applying up-to-date theories of our universe, integrating them with Paul's revolutionary thinking about sin, saints, and spirituality.

In his own voice, as he and other pilgrims travel in October 2014 from Athens and Corinth to Berea, Thessalonika, Philippi, and Patmos in Greece to Ephesus, Istanbul, Miletus, and Pergamum in Turkey, Richard Rohr presents Paul's revolutionary and all-embracing vision and invites us to enter into the mystery of Christ and be transformed.

©2015 Richard Rohr (P)2015 Franciscan Media

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  • Chandler
  • SHOREVIEW, MN, United States
  • 05-04-15

A great spiritual journey!

This is one of my all time favorite audiobooks with so much depth that I will listen to it many times in the years to come to help me grow in Christ as St Paul showed us how to do. A must listen for any serious Christian education study of Saint Paul.

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Really Didn't Have That Much to Say about Paul

I have decided never to get a lecture audiobook from Fr. Rohr again. His books are better - I did enjoy Breathing Under Water. When lecturing, though, he is more likely to drift more aimlessly and get off topic. He also talks too much about what's wrong with organized religion - yes, there are problems, but that's really not what I'm needing to hear from him. Father Rohr has a strong tendency to be arrogant in his criticism of arrogance (if that makes sense). He also often talks of Catholicism as if it's just one of many equally good denominations of Christianity. I'm all for being inclusive, but if you're a Catholic priest don't talk as if you're ashamed of it. And please just stick to the topic!
Speaking of the topic, there is actually very little in this audiobook about Saint Paul - at least anything systematic. So if you're looking for a serious study of the writings of Saint Paul, this is definitely not the place.
Overall, I was very disappointed with this audiobook.

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Terrific!

Lots of interesting, new material on St. Paul. wonderful to hear Richard Rohr's voice. His delivery is very welcoming. Makes me want to take another look at the letters of Paul.

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  • Dianne
  • Florida, USA
  • 06-24-15

Great book

I really enjoyed this book and got a lot of wisdom and spiritual growth from it.

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Life Changing!

Awesome words that carry the very life and majesty of the Triune God.
Thanks
Richard

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disappointing after a promising start

this is more of a series of lectures than a transcript.
I became tired of Richard Rorh' s constant critism of the Catholic church and how" they've got it wrong". I'm not sure why he identifies as a franciscan priest. further investigation of his works showed the same opinion as mine.

HV Morton's book of the same title is far better.

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provocative lectures<br />

I will listen to it avian and again, thought provocating. Worth the time, ignore the sound man

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a sermon

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

more about the life of Paul. This was like sitting in a church listening to a priest

What could Richard Rohr have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

talk more about Paul

What didn’t you like about Richard Rohr’s performance?

His constant review of his views

What character would you cut from In the Footsteps of St. Paul?

Rohr

Any additional comments?

this book was disappointing because there was so little talk about St Paul.

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  • PJB
  • Duvauchelle, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • 10-22-15

Relaxed theology for everyone

What made the experience of listening to In the Footsteps of St. Paul the most enjoyable?

Richard Rohr demonstrates his intellect and his love for his subject and for people in this broad outline of Paul's role in the early Church.

Have you listened to any of Richard Rohr’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Always a warm and generous reader and speaker.

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What a wonderful everything

True authentic reflection on the Christian message. Scripturally based and full of up to date psychological understanding. Once again this great thinker and person of understanding leads us towards eternal truth