Bundle: Letting Go: Five Steps to Forgiveness + Morality, Law and Justice in the Bible - 11 CDs Total

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Bundle: Letting Go: Five Steps to Forgiveness + Morality, Law and Justice in the Bible - 11 CDs Total

  • First Consultor,
  • The Paulist Fathers
  • Professor, Loyola Marymount University
  • Permanent Consultant, Theol. Commission, LA
  • Annual Speaker, LA Religious Ed Congress
2 Course Bundle: 27 Lectures (11 CDs) Including Electronic Study Guides
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This is a special discounted price for a bundle of these two audio programs:

Letting Go: Five Steps to Forgiveness
by Fr. Frank Desiderio, C.S.P.

Morality, Law and Justice in the Bible
by Prof. Daniel L. Smith-Christopher, Ph.D.

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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
Letting Go: Five Steps to Forgiveness
  • Let Go: The Spirituality of Forgiveness. A How To Guide.
  • Are Some Things Unforgivable?
  • What Forgiveness Is and Is Not
  • How Do We Let Go?
  • Why We Don’t Want to Forgive
  • The Big Forgives
  • Look Deeply at What Went Wrong
  • Empathy For the Other Is the Key
  • Tell The Story Differently
  • Give Forgiveness Freely
  • One Day At a Time
  • The Art of Reconciliation

Morality, Law and Justice in the Bible
  • Introduction
  • Words About Justice In the Bible
  • Reading Law in Scripture
  • The Mosaic Law: The Ten Commandments
  • Legal Practice in Ancient Israel
  • Development of Law in Ancient Israel
  • The Rise of Kingship in Ancient Israel
  • The Profit of Reading Prophets
  • Justice in the Shadow of Empire: Reading the Prophets of the 6th Century
  • Justice Among the Occupied
  • Apocalyptic Literature and Judgment: Angry Justice?
  • The Context for the Rise of Christianity: Faith Under the Shadow of Rome
  • Reading Jesus and Thinking Justice:
  • The Gospel of Luke
  • Jesus as the New Moses
  • The Gospel of Matthew
  • Paul, Justice, and Some Concluding Thoughts
About Your Presenter

Daniel L. Smith-Christopher is a professor of Old Testament studies at Loyola Marymount University, where he has taught for 18 years. He earned his doctorate in Old Testament studies at Oxford University in England, and has published 13 books and dozens of articles.

Professor Smith-Christopher was appointed by Cardinal Roger Mohoney as a permanent consultant to the Theological Commission of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. He is one of the most popular presenters each year at the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Religious Educational Congress. Named in 2006 "Undergraduate Theology Teacher of the Year" by Augsburg/Fortress Press, and in 2007, "Professor of the Year" by the Associated Students of Loyola Marymount University, Dr. Christopher is a celebrated teacher and internationally respected Bible expert.

Dr. Christopher has published 13 books and dozens of scholarly articles and reviews in Biblical studies. His most recent books include an academic work called A Biblical Theology of Exile . He appears regularly on television in documentaries broadcast by A&E, Discovery, The History Channel, The National Geographic Network, and PBS.

Fr. Frank Desiderio, C.S.P., is the former Chairman of the Humanitas Prize and the first consultor to the president of the Paulist Fathers. Previously, he served as the president of Paulist Productions, where he produced documentaries, movies for television, and video content for internet distribution. He was the executive producer for projects for the History Channel, ABC/ Paramount, and A&E.

Fr. Desiderio’s documentary, The Big Question: A Film about Forgiveness (2009), won Best Documentary at the Breckenridge Film Festival and Santa Fe Metaphysical Film Festival. After working on this film, he began his current ministry of forgiveness and reconciliation. Holding advanced degrees in communications management and theology, he has taught courses on preaching at The Catholic University of American and Washington Theological Union, and he served as Director of Campus Ministry at the University Catholic Center at UCLA.

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