This absorbing narrative brings the New Testament story into fresh focus as seen through the eyes of the disciple John. Marvel anew at the miracle of the incarnation and its ever unfolding effects on earth, as John meets Jesus in Galilee, watches him die in Jerusalem, and then experiences the thrill of the empty tomb on that glorious first Easter morning.
©1984 John Pollock (P)2000 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
“Davidson gives a spirited reading that uses his distinctive voice well….his voice has a peculiar gait that makes this work a pleasure to listen to and an energy that sustains the excitement, and wonder, of this tale.” (AudioFile)
Mr Davidson's voice was mega annoying...I mean who doesn't like an English accent but ....this particular regional accent was tough. I'm sure he'd feel the same about mine. The upside is Pollock sews together the gospels and moved the ball fwd for my understanding of the greatest sacrifice ever told. So if you're lazy like me - buy this and Pollocks other work on Paul (which is fantastic)
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