Category: Audio

Breathe Bible Review – an NLT Audio New Testament

Breathe Bible New Testament is a dramatized NLT with an all-star cast of 90 internationally acclaimed actors and recording artists. The dramatization includes an original score for background music. Tyndale provided this audio Bible free for review. I was not required to give a positive review – only an honest review. My opinions are my own. Names that stand out to me include: John Rhys-Davies Josh Lucas Kevin Sorbo Jesse McCartney Corbin Bleu Ashley Judd The names I don’t recognize are still excellent actors that fit their parts well. Production Quality Breathe Bible sounds like a large, high quality, big budget,...

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The Treasure Chest Dramatized Bible Stories CD Volume 1 – Review

Spoken Word of God Ministries has produced the Bible and dramatized Bible stories for many years. I’ve heard a lot of their work and I’ve enjoyed it. When I came across their booth at the International Christian Retail Show I had to stop for a chat. I’m so glad I did. The associate running the booth was very passionate about the work they do (something I appreciate in a publisher). She gave me a review copy of Dramatized Bible Stories Volume 1. It includes 4 CD with a total of 12 15-minute stories. This stories include: Elijah – Fed...

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The Word of Promise New Testament, NKJV

The Word of Promise New Testament is an excellent dramatization of the NKJV on 20 audio CD’s in a nice zippered CD case. It includes over 21 hours of well-acted audio by over 120 actors, contains an original soundtrack and high quality sound effects, and includes a “Behind the Scenes” DVD. The cast includes Jim Caviezel, Michael York, Marisa Tomei, Stacy Keach, Louis Gossett, Jr., Ernie Hudson, and many others. This Bible is the highest quality dramatized Bible I have ever heard. It has a superstar cast and orchestrated music that sets the mood and tone perfectly. Although the music does tend to repeat, after all this audio Bible is over 21 hours long, it never gets old because there is enough variety in the music and it always fits the situation. The New King James version sounds great when narrated and acted out. What I was impressed with most was Thomas Nelson’s attention to detail. For example, in every red-letter Bible that I’ve read, none of them have Revelation 21:5-8 in red letters because the one speaking is sitting on the throne. In verse 6 of this passage, the one on the throne is the Alpha and Omega, which we see from Revelation 1:8 and 22:13 that this is Jesus. The Word of Promise New Testament has James Caviezel reading Revelation 21:5-8 as Jesus. This is the only...

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