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Hear the Bible come alive! This arresting world-class audio production immerses listeners in the dramatic reality of the Scriptures as never before. The Word of Promise New Testament Audio Bible is a 20-hour, star-studded audio Bible production. This multi-voiced, scripted dramatization of the New King James Version (NKJV) is presented in a compelling, dramatic audio-theater format. Complete with an original music score by prolific Italian composer Stefano Mainetti (Abba Pater) and movie-quality sound effects, woven together with compelling narration by Michael York, the Bible comes to life for a new generation. The post-production, sound design, and Foley (sound effects) were produced, engineered, and mixed at Cerny American Creative in Chicago - an award-winning post-production facility ranked in the Top Three in the nation for sound design.The cast includes Jim Caviezel (as Jesus), Michael York (as the Narrator), Richard Dreyfuss (as Moses), Marisa Tomei (as Mary Magdalene), Stacy Keach (as Paul), Louis Gossett, Jr. (as John), Kimberly Williams-Paisley (as Mary, Mother of Jesus), Terence Stamp (as the voice of God), Lou Diamond Phillips (as Mark), John Heard (as Matthew), Ernie Hudson (as Peter), Luke Perry (as Stephen and Judas), John Schneider (as James), Chris McDonald (as Luke), Michael W. Smith, Rebecca St. James, and many more.
© and (P)2007 Thomas Nelson
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By Joshua Macy on 10-19-16

So much potential!

The biggest problem is the narrator of Hebrews. His voice becomes tiring very quickly. Lesser of an issue is the version, ESV, for example, is far superior IMO.

On the contrary, James is wonderful. Excellent narrator and i have less complaints on the translation.

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By Bhc on 02-04-16

Audio Bible

Excellent I am working in the kitchen all morning and Listened to this Wonder Audio Section of the Bible ...Excellent

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