This highly acclaimed complete New American Standard Bible is the 1995 updated edition, recorded in clear digital audio in a convenient listening format. No distracting sound effects or background music. Ideal audio study Bible for any Christian, both for serious study and for casual listening. Ideal for listening to while you travel, work out, eat, or sleep. Take the Word with you wherever you go, and make it part of every day! About the Narrator: Steven B. Stevens is committed to communicating the Word of God clearly and understandably through his narration of the Bible. Over 3.5 million copies of his Bible recordings are distributed throughout the world.
List of parts:
Part 1: Genesis - Exodus
Part 2: Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy
Part 3: Joshua - Judges- Ruth - I Samuel
Part 4: II Samuel - I Kings - II Kings
Part 5: I Chronicles - II Chronicles - Ezra - Nehemiah - Esther
Part 6: Job - Psalms (1-51)
Part 7: Psalms (52-150)
Part 8: Proverb - Ecclesiastes - Song of Solomon
Part 9: Isaiah
Part 10: Jeremiah - Lamentations
Part 11: Ezekiel - Daniel - Hosea
Part 12: Joel - Amos - Obadiah - Jonah - Micah - Nahum - Habakkuk - Zephaniah - Haggai - Zechariah - Malachi
Part 13: Mathew - Mark - Luke - John
Part 14: Acts - Romans - I Corinthians - II Corinthians - Galatians - Ephesians - Philippians - Colossians
Part 15: Thessalonians - I Timothy - II Timothy - Titus - Philemon - Hebrews - James - I
Peter - II Peter - I John - II John - III John - Jude – Revelation
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Navigation isn't bad like one other reviewer says
You can go chapter by chapter using the audible app for any phone and on any labtop. I was hesitant at first because I didn't know if you could but after buying this I noticed that you could and it is great!
Great voice, terrible formatting
No. While I LOVE the actual voice, the format is monolithic and unable to be broken down into digestable chunks of audio. If you want to only listen to one specific chapter, good luck finding it in over 2 hrs of audio. They should take the time to break this audio treasure down into manageable chapters, or at least provide it in MP3 format so that you can cut it up yourself (as an 'audible file' you can't use Garageband or other standard editing tools to slice and dice).