The Holman Christian Standard Bible is one of the most accurate translations of the scriptures. Let professional voice artist Dale McConachie, narrator of over 100 audiobooks, take you on a journey through God’s Word, where you will discover his holiness, love, power, mercy, and grace.
Do you often feel you’re too busy to sit down and read the Bible, yet you know you need time with God? Well now you can hear from God from virtually anywhere with this digital recording of the Holman Christian Standard Audio Bible. Dale McConachie’s goal in recording this is for you to feel, when driving down the road, as if your best friend is in the front seat reading the Bible to you. It is the reader’s prayer that many will let the Word of Christ richly dwell in them. People in all 50 states and most foreign countries have purchased audio Bibles recorded by Dale.
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Again & again. Easy to listen and fairly intuitive operation. No distracting music or sound effects. Just straight-forward Bible text being read by a pleasant, non-theatrical, American(?) voice. Most technical issues fixed, improved. Not much in the way of instruction. Just figure it out & go. Most of the technical operational issues now resolved. Like it a lot
Being lost to the narrative in a 3-D Biblical event as though I were there at that very moment in a Judaen desert with the story's participants. Doesn't happen often enough with our daily distractions of life in general.
Occasionally am surprised by an event, location, - whatever - that I had not noticed in my long previous Bible-reading history. Enjoyable to rewind, and do-over (& over) in those intriguing spots of narrative
Big fan of this audio edition! Still some glitches. Not perfect, but definitely the best for me at this time.
I feel let down by the production people. The Holy Bible should, in my opinion, have been broken down into 66 books along with the chapter divisions as they can be found in the print and e book formats. I am undertaking to solve that on my copy by creating my own bookmarks and anotations.
I encourage all audiobook producers to get it right the first time.
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