• The Complete Audio Holy Bible

  • New American Standard Bible (NASB)
  • By: Made for Success Inc.
  • Narrated by: Dale McConanchie
  • Length: 74 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 03-08-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Made for Success, Inc. and Blackstone Audio, Inc.
  • 3.9 (72 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The New American Standard Bible is one of the most accurate translations of the scriptures. Let professional voice artist Dale McConachie, narrator of over 100 audiobooks, take you on a journey through God's Word, where you will discover His holiness, love, power, mercy, and grace.
Do you often feel you're too busy to sit down and read the Bible, yet you know you need time with God? Well now you can hear from God from virtually anywhere with this digital recording of the New American Standard Audio Bible. Dale's goal in recording this is for you to feel, when driving down the road, as if your best friend is in the front seat reading the Bible to you. It is the narrator's prayer that many will let the Word of Christ richly dwell in them. People in all 50 states and most foreign countries have purchased audio Bibles recorded by Dale.
1. Part a – Track 1 – starts Genesis 2. Part a – Track 9 – starts Exodus3. Part a – Track 16 – starts Leviticus4. Part b – Track 1 – starts Numbers5. Part b – Track 8 – starts Deuteronomy 6. Part b – Track 13 – starts Joshua 7. Part b – Track 17 – starts Judges 8. Part c – Track 1 – starts Ruth9. Part c – Track 2 – starts 1st Samuel10. Part c – Track 7 – starts 2nd Samuel11. Part c – Track 12 – starts 1st Kings 12. Part c – Track 17 – starts 2nd Kings13. Part d – Track 1 – starts 1st Chronicles 14. Part d – Track 6 – starts 2nd Chronicles15. Part d – Track 12- starts Ezra16. Part d – Track 14 – starts Nehemiah 17. Part d – Track 17 – starts Esther 18. Part d – Track 19 – starts Job19. Part d – Track 23 – starts Psalms20. Part e – Track 9 – starts Proverbs 21. Part e – Track 13 – starts Ecclesiasticus 22. Part e – Track 15 – starts Song of Solomon23. Part e – Track 16 – starts Isaiah 24. Part f – Track 3 – starts Jeremiah25. Part f – Track 12 – starts Lamentations 26. Part f – Track 13 – starts Ezekiel 27. Part g – Track 1 – starts Daniel 28. Part g – Track 4 – starts Hosea29. Part g – Track 6 – starts Joel 30. Part g – Track 7 – starts Amos (no chapter 1 heading) 31. Part g – Track 8- starts Obadiah 32. Part g – Track 9 – starts Jonah33. Part g – Track 10 – starts Micah 34. Part g – Track 11 – starts Nahum35. Part g – Track 12 – starts Habakkuk36. Part g – Track 13– starts Zephaniah 37. Part g – Track 14 – starts Haggai 38. Part g – Track 15 – starts Zechariah 39. Part g – Track 17 – starts Malachi 40. Part g – Track 18 – starts Matthew 41. Part g – Track 23 – starts Mark 42. Part h – Track 3 – starts Luke43. Part h – Track 9 – starts John 44. Part h – Track 14 – starts Axe45. Part h – Track 20 – starts Romans 46. Part I – Track 1 – starts 1st Corinthians 47. Part I – Track 3 – starts 2nd Corinthians 48. Part I – Track 5 – starts Galatians49. Part I – Track 6 – starts Ephesians50. Part I – Track 7 – starts Philippians51. Part I – Track 8 – starts Colossians52. Part I- Track 9 – starts 1st Thessalonians53. Part I – Track 10 – starts 2nd Thessalonians54. Part I – Track 11 – starts 1st Timothy55. Part I – Track 12 – starts 2nd Timothy 56. Part I- Track 13- starts Titus57. Part I - Track 14- starts Philemon58. Part I – Track 15- starts Hebrews 59. Part I – Track 17 – starts James60. Part I – Track 18- starts 1st Peter 61. Part I – Track 19 – starts 2nd Peter 62. Part I – Track 20 – starts 1st John 63. Part I – Track 21 – starts 2nd John64. Part I – Track 22 – starts 3rd John 65. Part I – Track 23 – starts Jude66. Part I – Track 24 – starts Revelation
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By Amazon Customer on 05-28-13

Missing entire chapters

What disappointed you about The Complete Audio Holy Bible?

Before purchasing I read the last review on this which was negative. His reason was not being able to find a particular book or chapter. This can be overcome by manually bookmarking which I have done.

The major issue that I have. I decided I wanted to listen to Deuteronomy 28 so I went to look for it. It is not here. Deuteronomy 28 is completely missing. It just skips from 27 strait over to 29. This is very disappointing. I feel like it is pointless for me to listen if I can't trust that everything is here.

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By Troy on 03-27-14

What went wrong in recording

What would have made The Complete Audio Holy Bible better?

What you are seeing in the other reviews is a mistake that occured during the compiling of the audio version of the book. As you are listening to book 8 you eventually come to the book of Acts. when you get to the end of chapter 24 it suddenly jumps to Revelation 18 and finishes the book of revelation before coming back to acts 25 and continuing on in biblical order. Then when you get to book 9 you eventually come to Revelation. Revelation is read through chapter 17, then ends. So what happened was they didn't do a good job editing their work and got the end of Rev stuck in the book of Acts.

Any additional comments?

What you are seeing in the other reviews is a mistake that occured during the compiling of the audio version of the book. As you are listening to book 8 you eventually come to the book of Acts. when you get to the end of chapter 24 it suddenly jumps to Revelation 18 and finishes the book of revelation before coming back to acts 25 and continuing on in biblical order. Then when you get to book 9 you eventually come to Revelation. Revelation is read through chapter 17, then ends. So what happened was they didn't do a good job editing their work and got the end of Rev stuck in the book of Acts.

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By Paul on 09-20-15

the Bible.

If you could sum up The Complete Audio Holy Bible in three words, what would they be?

Too American

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

None

What about Dale McConanchie’s performance did you like?

No

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

No comment

Any additional comments?

The reader is blank with no real emotion to a Brilliant book. Didnt finish it because of the monosyllabic tone.

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