Jesus, the One and Only

  • by Beth Moore
  • Narrated by Laural Merlington
  • 11 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In Jesus, the One and Only, Beth Moore introduces you to an intimate God in an up-close and personal portrait of the life of Jesus the Messiah.This is far more than just a work on the life of Christ. Jesus, the One and Only is a romance, and you are invited to become part of it. As He has done in the past, God will use Beth's words to woo you into falling in love with Jesus of Nazareth. Come to know Christ personally. Watch and listen as He breaks up a funeral by raising the dead, confronts conniving religious leaders of His day, teaches on a Galilean hillside, or walks on the waves and calms the storm. Like a ragtag band of followers nearly 2,000 years ago, you will not be the same.


What the Critics Say

"Listeners will hear the story of the historical Jesus - the extraordinary Jewish mystic who 2,000 years ago taught and performed miracles in Israel - rather than the view of Jesus sanitized by the all-male King James scholars. Read with informed maturity, this is a story that will enlighten, inform - and inspire." (AudioFile)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Time well spent

(This review covers both the Kindle edition and the Audible audiobook.)
Though I'm not a rabid consumer of Beth Moore's work, I am never sorry to spend time in it. Her emotionality is sometimes a little over-the-top for my tastes, but I don't mind too much because it's sincere, AND because she is so theologically sound. And sometimes I even choke up a bit with her.
She loves the Lord, she loves His word, and she unpacks it well. I believe that this study came at a good time in my own life, and I found it enriching. I believe I do love Jesus even more for having read it.

My only concern toward the beginning was when she encouraged the reader, at some length, to imagine Jesus' physical appearance. It was well-intended, but it could easily cause people with a certain weakness to violate the spirit of the Second Commandment. Fortunately, she didn't continue to emphasize that activity.

As for the narration, I thought it quite good. It seemed to get better and better as it went along, too. Beth's emotionality would be easy to under- or over-do, but I believe the narrator got it just right.
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- Elizabeth


very long, but you won't regret it. This will lead you to him more intimate understanding of who Jesus is.
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- Lauren LaCorte

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-20-2009
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio