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  • MP3 CD: 2304 pages
  • Publisher: AMG; MP3 edition (Jan. 8 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0899577113
  • ISBN-13: 978-0899577111
  • Product Dimensions: 19.1 x 14.1 x 1.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #113,487 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Frank Zinghini on June 17 2012
Format: MP3 CD Verified Purchase
A must to have

those of us who want to brush up on the Bible this is fantastic for those of us who are just getting into Christianity it is an excellent way to learn the Bible have someone else read it for you leaving you free to imagine how was when our wonderful Lord Jesus Christ walked the Earth and of course we cannot forget Yahweh a wonderful an Almighty holiest of holy our God praise be to the father of heaven and earth.

It is a great source of inspiration is also a great source of learning not only for aligning your moral compass but also giving you the ability to learn what the father wants from us with every time that I hear the Bible the Bible becomes unencrypted to me and I learn all the time. This great book is an instructional and a letter to us from the Almighty God Yahweh. I highly recommend this even played in your car if your car is MP3 compatible you can play with your computer, MP3 player, any device that can handle MP3 format see you can always listen to the Bible while working, doing activities, leisure time, and yes even when going to bed. Reinforce your spiritual life by constantly reminding yourself that for those who are Christians who believe in God Almighty and of course our wonderful King of all Kings the Lord Jesus Christ that we are the branches of the Vine that is divine and with this audio Bible we can continue to bear good fruit.

God bless you all and I hope this helped
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Good but not perfect May 6 2008
By P. Vegdahl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: MP3 CD Verified Purchase
Overall I am happy with this audio Bible, but there are some little things that could be better. Since other reviewers have done a good job of pointing out the good, here are my nitpicks:

1. This is the 2001 version of the ESV, not the 2007 update. Not a big deal, but it is annoying when you use both the audio and your Bible to memorize passages of scripture and they occasionally have minor differences. In fact, if you use an ESV Bible printed prior to the 2007 update, this might be a plus for you.

2. There is only a bit over 1 GB of data, so why does it come on three CDs when it only uses 2 CDs worth of data? With only 2 CDs, it could have fit in a normal size CD case for easier storage.

3. The audio files are named intelligently so that you know exactly what passage a file contains (40matthewchapter07.mp3 -- the 40 is for Matthew being the 40th book of the Bible), but the MP3s do not have any id3 tags. Thus when you load them into iTunes (or similar applications), all you get are file names. I would have expected something like:

Artist=God
Title=Matthew 07
Album=Matthew
Genre=Audio Book
Track=7

While it is quick to mass tag the artist and the Genre, as they are all the same, it would take a small eternity to tag each of the 1189 chapters properly. As such, I will probably write a Perl script to do the tagging, but that is beyond the abilities of most users.

Again, I do want to say that the audio is very good, unfortunately it is little details like these (number 3 in particular) that keep it from being a great product.
25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Overall, worth it. May 20 2008
By William Petruzzo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: MP3 CD Verified Purchase
First of all, I have some major reservations about the price of Christian resources. I once worked in a Christian bookstore and it wasn't too long before it made my stomach churn seeing how expensive some of the bibles were. (as a side note, a sound financial policy is just another reason that I love the Desiring God ministries so much; check this out). So as far as money is concerned, this audio bible is hits the mark perfectly. Brand new, it's under $20 and if you're willing to take a second-hand copy, which I highly recommend, you'll get one in hand. Not too bad.

This version of the bible comes on standard compact discs, but these probably aren't going to play on your ordinary shelf CD player. On each of the three CD's are mp3 files. If you haven't been living under a rock for the past three or four years, you should already know what an mp3 is and what to do with it. If you don't, you might want to google-it-up, or wade through this article and get your feet wet. In any case, this bible will easily fit onto any decent size mp3 player and obviously, you're free to burn these files onto as many CD's for car listening as you want. Compared to The Listener's Bible in the NIV version, this bible will take up less than half the amount of the space on your computer and thus, on your mp3 player.

Any audio bible is pretty much made or broken by the reader. If the reader is too theatrical, he's going to read inflection into the text which might lead listeners to the wrong conclusion. Of course, the inverse, if the reader is too dry and calm, is also possible. In this instance, Stephen Johnston does a good job communicating the text without adding to what's there. His voice is deep, clear and well pronounced. He is not monotone, but also is not so inflected that we're distracted from the actual text.

Some audio bibles are accompanied by sound effects or background music. Personally, I find these additions distracting. This version has no accompaniment whatsoever. It is only Johnston's voice.

So far, I really only have three criticism for this audio bible. At times, Johnston's pronunciation can be mildly comical. At times, his voice resembles a television commercial narrator. Don't take this too far though. It's only on occasion and never dominant. My other criticism is that at some times Johnston reads only a tad too quickly. I noticed this most clearly at the beginning of the book of Romans and at some parts of the poetic literature, such as Psalms. Again, I wouldn't give too much attention to these deficiencies. In addition to that, another reviewer mentioned that the mp3 files do not include id3 tags which makes is less than convenient when loading files into itunes or Windows Media Player and even less so when loading them onto an mp3 player. With the right software you can add id3 tags in less than 30 minutes, but it's still a bit tedious.

I definitely recommend this audio bible. For the money, it's an excellent value. The reading, by and large, is good. Go ahead and pick one up on Amazon, before they're all gone!
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Great for the iPod or other mp3 device March 6 2008
By WDM - Published on Amazon.com
Format: MP3 CD
This is the best audio Bible to which I have listened. Stephen Johnston narrates like no other. He has narrated more audio Bibles than anyone else, so he has experience and credentials. His voice fits the bill with its baritone range.

The clarity of the audio in this audio Bible is very good. This audio Bible does not have distracting background music or sound effects. It is simply a voice-only reading of the English Standard Version of the Holy Bible. You will not find any theatrics or dramatizing of the text. The narrator will use a sense of emotion to convey the mood of the scripture, especially when the scripture is someone speaking in anger or anguish. However, it is in no way distracting and is done in modesty.

In my opinion, the English Standard Version is one of the best word-for-word translations of the Holy Bible--only second to the New American Standard Bible (also available in audio format narrated by Stephen Johnston). If you are looking for a clear, easy to understand, easy to listen to audio Bible, I highly recommend this one to be in your consideration for purchase.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Cheesy game show host voice April 15 2010
By gringote - Published on Amazon.com
Format: MP3 CD Verified Purchase
This guy's voice is so 'profesional' it's cheesy. Genesis 1:1 he reads it like he's listing prizes in the showcase showdown on Price is Right. I'll try to explain with text...... in the begINNing God created the heAVEn and the eARTh --like voice going up and down a little. HORRIBLE HORRIBLE I SOLD IT IMMEDIATELY ON EBAY!!!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
ESV Audio Bible on MP3 CDs Jan. 28 2011
By Jason Goodwin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: MP3 CD
Given that I am a truck driver and I don't always have the time needed to read Scripture, I thought that this would be helpful to get some Scripture in during the day while I drive.

It is helpful in that I can listen as he narrates. I may not pick up all the passages and hang on every word, but that's what re-listening is for.

However, I had the feeling that he rushes through the chapters and that there is no break in between - as opposed to Alexander Scourby, who gave 2 second pauses in between chapters when he read the KJV many years ago. I'm sure that Johnston took water breaks to keep from getting a dry mouth while reading, but I wouldn't know that by the way he reads it. Plus, it doesn't allow me a safe spot to pause it when I need to take a break from listening. Thus, the editing could have been better.

I gave it four stars instead of five based on the editing itself. Otherwise, I would recommend this to others without question.

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