Here is the complete, unabridged New Testament from the New International Version Bible, digitally produced to bring the Bible's stories to life. A vivid recording of the NIV in a single voice that will help you hear the Bible again... for the first time.
Public Domain (P)2011 Zondervan
The reader's voice is excellent. I regret purchasing this version, however. Forget Matthew, Mark, Luke and John -- you get Chapter 1 through Chapter 260 here. Zondervan has "improved" the Bible by discarding names of Bible books, replacing each Bible book name with a generic number. It is difficult to confidently find different sections without being able to navigate generic Chapter number by generic Chapter number. How frustrating.
Finding the Bible book I wanted to read after 5-6 attempts navigating generic chapter names that have noting to do with the actual names of the books of the Bible.
I see various Bible books are available as one-off individual purchases. If I had known better, I would have explored purchasing that way to avoid the hassle of generic chapter numbers. Who would think a reputable Bible publisher like Zondervan would make such an amateur move? There should be a warning that users cannot navigate Bible content by actual names of the books of the Bible.
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