If it's like there bible version no
The whole bible, it really isn't a bible you can go to a particular book that you want to listen to. this was a waste of my money.
Make a better version of the actual bible
This audiobook has quiet background music compared to dramatized bible audiobooks. I prefer it this way, it is less distracting. There is one narrator and he has a clear and calming voice.
The Bible content is good.
Performance is good.
The arrangement is horrible, the Bible is split into 37 parts, simply numbered 1-37 with no way or sorting, searching, finding anything at all, or knowing what you're listening to. I'm very disappointed, as it is otherwise great, contentwise.
The way this bible is laid out is ridicules, there is now way to tell where you are in the book except by a strange numbering system. The books of the bible are not listed so you can't go directly to a place and start there. They need to update this book and it would be great, but now I would not recommend it.
If you're using an iPod Nano (I have a 7th generation), there is no convenient way to search this Bible that I have found. Other platforms no doubt work fine.
Yes I would! In fact, I just finished it and plan to start at the beginning again.
Some people have commented that there are no titles on the individual books from the library. If your intent is to listen to this book from start to finish, then it doesn't matter. I loved the narrator. For the first time in my life the Bible was EASY to read from start to finish. I intend to listen to this many more times. I learned a lot from this run through but I know there is always more to learn.
I was very disappointed in this Audio Bible for one reason. You can't tell which book you are in, and they are not in order when I click on one. The sound is good, but it does me no good when I can choose the book in the Bible I want to listen to.
I love the hearing Max McLean read, but I was disappointed in how this audio book is organized.
Put the Bible in the proper order if you are not going to label each recording.
The reader is amazing!
I am so busy that I often don't have time to read the bible but with audio book I can turn it on in my car and listen. No more excuses.
My only recommendation would be to Identify each book with it's corresponding download.
Probably not. Max McLean's inflection and mispronounciation of Biblical names is distracting.
It's the unabridged Bible and it's easy to navigate.
Max could start by pronouncing Hebrew and Greek names and places correctly! There are also unnecessary Captain-Kirk-esque pauses for no reason in many of the dialogue sections. Also, his pronounciation of "holy" as "hully" gets pretty annoying when listening to the Torah sections.
The NIV is a good translation to listen to, and the audio is broken down pretty well into chapters (but not always). But McLean's voice, pronunciation and inflection make it hard to listen to. It becomes monotonous on long stretches and somewhat droning, making it easy to drift off rather than keeping the listener engaged in the text.
Please, Audible, make available a good Bible translation by someone who knows how to pronounce the names/places and which is broken up into each chapter of the Biblical books for ease of navigation!