Audio Archive

The Holden Audio Archive

The legacy and history of Holden Village belong to everyone. For more than five decades, teachers, scholars and artists from all disciplines have given time and spirit to come to this place in the wilderness for the express purpose of freely sharing their gifts. The resulting sessions, discussions and seminars, which have been faithfully recorded by Village volunteers, constitute a collection of great breadth and importance.

Rosemary Radford Ruether founding mother of feminist theology has died at 85

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NPR has reported that Rosemary Radford Ruether has died and they have attributed the title of founding mother of feminist theology to her -- and with good reason. She was a feminist forerunner. She traveled widely, mentoring the next generation of leaders and wrote over 500 articles and 30 books. A statement released on behalf of the family says it best.

Holden Audio Archive Unveils Roland Bainton, Reformation Scholar, Teaching in the Village

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We have had the good-fortune of unearthing some very old recordings of Roland Bainton teaching in the village over 50 years ago. Its a pleasure to hear his wonderful voice telling the stories of Erasmus and Luther and more.

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Roland Bainton Audio Collection

Demystifying Politics: 30 Years of Insight with John Marty

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John Marty has been a Minnesota state senator for over 30 years, and is a strong advocate for government ethics, environmental protection, and health care reform. John first joined our teaching staff over 30 years ago. Through his teaching, he shared his experience and knowledge of the multi-faceted world of politics and our place in it. We are fortunate to have many of his sessions recorded and available here -- sessions that continue to provide relevant information and clarity.

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