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A star-studded cast has been brought together for a remarkable dramatization of the entire Bible. With performances by Yolanda Adams, Angela Bassett, James Brown, Levar Burton, Dr. Juanita Bynum, Shirley Caesar, Common, Charles S. Dutton, Faith Evans, Kirk Franklin, Tyrese Gibson, Cuba Gooding Jr., Fred Hammond, Samuel L. Jackson, Bishop T. D. Jakes, Star Jones, Yolanda King, Boris Kodjoe, Nikki Kodjoe, Eriq LaSalle, Derek Luke, Tisha Campbell Martin, Donne McClurkin, Dwight "Heavy D" Myers, Keke Palmer, Tyler Perry, Angie Stone, Tye Tribbett, Blair Underwood, Denzel Washington, Forest Whitaker, and more.
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By Alan Rither on 12-27-11
If we think it's tough now...
Would you consider the audio edition of Joshua to be better than the print version?
Life during the days of Joshua and the Israelites who conquered Caanan was miserable, brutal and short for both conqueror and conquered. But it still seems terrible to think of wiping out all the inhabitants of the land so that they could live in their towns and settlements. The Media Group that does The Bible Experience has done another great recording with voices and background sounds and music to heighten the experience. The only thing that would make it seem more real is to feel the heat and smell the aromas of that place.
What other book might you compare Joshua to and why?
I would compare it to Exodus because of the battle scenes and seeing how God is working through this band of followers who are threatened with annihilation every time they win a battle.
What does the narrators bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The narrators provide a sense of reality and excitement.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I listen to audiobooks as I drive to and from work every day, so listening to it all in one sitting is not ever going to happen, but I appreciate the fact that they do not give chapter announcements. That would be very distracting and make it seem more like a book than a story.
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