These King James Version Bible CDs enable anyone interested in hearing the contents of the Bible (King James Version), read by a professional. The contents of the Bible can greatly differ from what is sometimes preached and taught; hearing them is far more beneficial.
These CDs are far more useful for those who are interested in starting at a specific place in the Bible, and hearing its contents from there. Anyone who desires to consider the Bible literally will find this reading helpful (though a far more literal rendering is far more helpful, and is also not available from what I have seen).
Why is Abraham so important? The Genesis text will explain.
What did Jacob suffer after his brother sought to murder him? The Genesis text will also explain this.
How did Joseph save the entire Middle East? This is also in Genesis.
How did Israel come out of Egypt? The Exodus text will explain this.
When did the Israeli-Palestinian conflict begin? Genesis 26 explains this.
When did Israel and the Palestinians begin having wars? The Book of Judges explains this.
Hearing the real accounts can change the perspectives of those who were incorrectly taught these things, but who never considered what really happened.
The Bible squarely places Israel as the center of the plan of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; the text found on these CDs will explain exactly why this is.
Listening literally to the CDs of Revelation will prove quite surprising. No where is Israel successfully attacked by demons in the whole book of Revelation.
Listening literally to the parables of Jesus, and stopping to consider them in a literal way, will produce an understanding of them that easily exceeds what one can learn from most denominations and non-denominations. Hearing just how offensive Jesus is toward some, and how gentle he is toward others, will show his character (in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John). He openly declares that he was only sent to the lost sheep of the House of Israel; the CDs will have the texts that will explain why.
They aren't very expensive for the education they give--an education for those who claim to believe, and for those who definitely don't believe, but who just want to see what this book claims. The readers don't show any bias; they just read what is there.