Kimberly Beyer-Nelson, who holds a master's degree in comparative religion, is a nationally published poet and author. She takes the listener on a very different kind of Biblical journey, one based in the language of poetry, intuition, and unity. Pulling from Sufi, Sikh, Buddhist, and Vedantic philosophy, her poetry illuminates the universal and human elements that makes all great scripture timeless.
©2013 Kimberly Beyer-Nelson (P)2014 Kimberly Beyer-Nelson
Yes, It was a refeshing and pretty way to think about Matthew. Most of us read the Bible, and hearing it, especially when the poetry is incorporated.
Most interesting? Mary dialogues. Least--all the sections I wasn't familiar with
I enjoyed most of his performance. He has a pretty, melodius voice but at times it seemed a little pompous.
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