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This faithful rendering of the New King James Version presents the Bible in more than 90 hours of compelling, dramatic audio theater format.

This world-class audio production immerses listeners in the dramatic reality of the Scriptures as never before with an original music score by composer Stefano Mainetti (Abba Pater), feature film quality sound effects, and compelling narration by Michael York and the work of over 500 actors.

Each beloved book of the Bible comes to life with outstanding performances by Jim Caviezel as Jesus, Richard Dreyfuss as Moses, Gary Sinise as David, Jason Alexander as Joseph, Marisa Tomei as Mary Magdalene, Stacy Keach as Paul, Louis Gossett, Jr. as John, Jon Voight as Abraham, Marcia Gay Harden as Esther, Joan Allen as Deborah, Max von Sydow as Noah, and Malcolm McDowell as Solomon.

The Word of Promise: Complete Audio Bible has received the following awards:

  • ECPA 2008 Christian Book Awards: Book of the Year
  • Christian Retailing Magazine’s Retailers Choice Awards: First place tie, Bibles/Books “Audio”
  • Three 2008 Communicator Awards:
  • Gold Communicator Award for Production: Inspirational
  • Gold Communicator Award for Production: Sound Design
  • Silver Communicator Award for Production: Music
  • Three 2008 Gold Millennium Awards: Audio categories for Direction, Sound, and Best Use of Music
  • 2007 MarCom Creative Awards: Platinum Award, radio category
  • ForeWord Magazine's 2008 Book of the Year Awards: Finalist, “Audio NonFiction”
  • ©1982 Thomas Nelson, Inc. (P)2009 Thomas Nelson, Inc.

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    Great rendition!

    The NKJV of the Psalms is modern, yet it still retains the solemnity and poetry of the Psalms. This rendition is clear, with a touch of background accompaniment that adds to the experience so that one does not get a "dry" reading, but rather one more alive and emotive.

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    Great reading of the different voices!

    I loved how several people, both male and female read this! I have a hard time reading my Bible (or any book), this is great and good dramatic parts. Music is also wonderful. Well worth the money. Very uplifting and enjoyable!

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    God's living Word

    can't get enough!!! If you listening to nothing else make it Psalms for it will enlighten encourage, convict and strengthen your soul.

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    Annoying background music

    I wouldn't have bought this if I had realised that there was music all the way through. As far as I can see, there is no way of finding out who is reading which psalm, which is rather annoying. A number of the readers seem to have adopted uninflected "this is the Bible I'm reading in a deeper voice than normal to make me sound serious" styles which become monotonous after a while.

    No, this was not the Psalm audio book I was looking for to replace my old cassette tape.