It's hard to imagine an arena of Western culture on which the books in this volume have not left their mark. Audiobook narrator James Hamilton brings clarity and gravitas to his reading of this volume of the New Testament, which includes Acts - the history of the first witnesses to the Christian gospel in Rome - the Epistles, letters from Church leaders to some of the earliest Christian churches - and Revelations, a feverish apocalyptic vision and an essential window into the mindset of the early church. The translation - the King James Version - is one of the major poetic achievements in the history of the English language. Essential listening.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Yes, but it was the not the books of the Bible that was advertised.
Was The New Testament: Acts, Epistles, and Revelation worth the listening time?
Any additional comments?
The sample is correct, but the actual download is not.