Holy Bible: New King James: New Testament
Introductions to each book of the Bible
This newly dramatized edition blends Stephen Johnston's narration with the voices of dozens of award winning actors along with sound effects and background music to achieve a powerful production that brings the Bible to life for today's listeners. This new edition also adds helpful and informativ...more
There are really detailed sound effects: birds, rain, doors opening, the sound of flesh being pounded by stones during stonings, the sound of heads rolling after beheadings (I'm pretty sure that effect was given for John the Baptist, but it's been awhile. I d ...more
In The Word of Promise: New Testament (NKJV) , Thomas Nelson's addition to the audio Bible offerings is unique and well done. Instead of relying on a sole narrator, the Bible is read by a cast of members, giving the ...more
Update -- I got sidetracked with a bunch of library books and summer, and Johnny's rendition of the ...more
I've listened to a few audio Bibles and this rank within the best of them. The words spoke ...more
This particular rendition of the New Testament is just wonderful. Sometimes it's hard to find time to sit down and read the Bible. There are always other things to do--run the kids to sports games or dance class, laundry, house cleaning, driving to and from work, getting in some exercise. But the beauty of this audio Bible is that you can listen ...more
I have now added this audio/CD version into my daily schedule and it has become my 'daily reading'.
I highly recommend it.
Now off to buy the OT to go with it!
The Book of Revelation needs to be read carefully and probably more than once to understand all of the imagery, but it is worth the effort.
* They are officially published under that name
* They are traditional stories not attributed to a specific author
* They are religious texts not generally attributed to a specific author
Books whose authorship is merely uncertain should be attributed to Unknown.