The Articles of Faith

  • by James E. Talmage (One of the Twelve Apostles of the Church), Joseph Smith
  • Narrated by Peter Bierma
  • 14 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The lectures herewith presented have been prepared in accordance with the request and appointment of the First Presidency of the Church. The greater number of the addresses were delivered before the Theology Class of the Church University; and, after the close of the class sessions, the lectures were continued before other Church organizations engaged in the study of theology. To meet the desire expressed by the Church authorities - that the lectures be published for use in the various educational institutions of the Church - the matter has been revised, and is now presented in this form.
In anticipation of probable question or criticism regarding the disparity of length of the several lectures, it may be stated that each of the addresses occupied two or more class sessions, and that the present arrangement of the matter in separate lectures is rather one of compilation than of original presentation.


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Great book terrible reader

The book was good. I've read the physical book before but I couldn't get past the readers voice. It was like he was reading it in fast forward. Take a break and slow down. It drove me crazy. Also I didn't like his pronunciation of most of the names and places. It was all off. I'm sorry the content inside the book is great unfortunately the reader just ruined it for me.
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- James

Great Content, Monotone Narration

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Yes--if you can get past the narrator's bland and rapid style.

What aspect of Peter Bierma’s performance would you have changed?

The narrator, Peter Bierma, enunciates very precisely, and reads quite rapidly and in a monotone voice. So rapidly and so monotone, in fact, that I'm still not sure that a human being was narrating, and not a computer or robot. To me, it was very disappointing, because the content is very interesting and deep. Could be so much richer if the narrator put just a little feeling into it.

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- Daniel B. Johnson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-23-2013
  • Publisher: Kimberley Lynn Reese