The Complete Audio Holy Bible - KJV

The New Testament as Read by James Earl Jones; The Old Testament as Read by Jon Sherberg
Length: 75 hrs and 31 mins
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James Earl Jones (New Testament reading) and Jon Sherberg (Old Testament) combine their incredible vocal talents in one of the most critically acclaimed Holy Bible recordings ever. These two lush baritone vocals are the perfect complement to one another. 

Mr. Jones’ skilled and resonating reading has been hailed as one of the greatest New Testament recordings of all time. Combined with Jon Sherberg’s powerful and passionate delivery of the Old Testament, this beautiful audio rendition of The Holy Bible will leave your heart full and spirt nourished.

Public Domain (P)2018 DZ Distribution, L.L.C., D.B.A. Topics Media Group, Bellevue, WA
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Navigation Nightmare

Would be better if listed by bible books and not part numbers and separated into old and new testament

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Worth it!

If you are looking for a complete audio Bible, I would highly recommend this one. What stands out here is that the narrators never sound like they are just reading words on a page. By the same token, they omit the dramatic florish that I personally do not care for when I want to hear Scripture in audio. If you are expecting James Earl Jones to come thundering out of the box, you might be in for a surprise. He does a great job in setting a calm tone and letting the rich sound of his voice do the work. Same thing for Jon Sherberg. He never falls into auto pilot and manages to keep you engaged the whole way. As usual, the parts, books and chapters are not listed in such a way that you can access them with the touch of a finger. The whole Bible is simply divided into 23 separate downloads. It would have been an easy 5 star rating if it had decent navigation.

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Nice version

Very clear Annunciation is it do you understand no drama no big performance just reading which is exactly what I wanted I do still wish that instead of having the chapters numbered that there was a title as to which chapter starts within the chapter section let’s see if I wanted to go back to the book of James I can’t tell where it is the way this is numbered

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this is a books that I've tried to read

this is a book that I've tried to read about 20 or 30 times can never get through and being able to listen to it while I drive allowed me to read it and give my devotion to the book and to the word of the Lord and it makes me feel that I'm a more complete Christian just because the fact that I've been able to read and been able to listen to the direct words given to us by God

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Good voices but Zero for labeling

For a book like this, the very least you could do is label it correctly so you can get around it. It’s only good for listening straight through. It’s labeled Part 1, 2, etc to 23 and the chapters are just numbers as well. So.. no idea where New Testament starts and old ends. No ability to go listen to a specific book. Etc.

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Great Voices. Poor Divisions.

I love the voices fo Mr. Jones and Mr. Sherberg. My complaint is about the chapter divisions. It's impossible to know where to find specific portions without some hunting-n-pecking. That's tough to do at a red light.

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i’m loving it! (but see caveats)

Beautifully narrated, with maybe a few technical glitches. I now love that it can be accessed in small easily downloadable bites.
Accessibility is a real problem, but much easier after I wrote my own table of contents that I keep as a text file on my ipad, which I always have anyway. it’s the best out there that I know of, overall. digital text or paper still much more suited to serious, organized study

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Easy-To-Understand

I was listening to all of book and there was no error. and No long pauses, all in all, easy to understand, listen to this book and may God be with you.

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Poorly organized 🥴🤢🤮

Mr Jones does not disappoint in his narration.... amazing performance to me. I gave 1 ⭐️ for the book itself because there is no way to go to a index to narrow your search

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Reads too fast!

James Earl Jones almost sounds like he’s racing. I had to check the speed setting. You want to absorb a verse, drink it in, but the words are crammed into each other. A little slower with pauses would have been great. Setting the speed at .75 doesn’t work well. Disappointing.

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  • 06-16-20

Great that the Bible has been audibled

Shame the chapters haven't been titled. You can't go to a specific book of the Bible in any easy way. Shame when such great narrators have been used.

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  • I've-got-one-of-these-too
  • 04-14-20

Would It Hurt To Have Named Browsable Chapters?

The Bible is what it is. But this vehicle lets it down.

I selected this as I wanted to listen to Earl Jones narrating it.

But I also want to be able to select a specific portion of the Bible.

Instead, this is like a marathon start to finish without a break. 1,200 chapters numbered sequentially. Not even chapter names. The lazy chapterisation on many audible books has long been a bug bear with me. But a tome of this size takes the chaos to a whole new level.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-26-20

excelent

both narrators keep you listen,always wanted to read the bible but could never sit down and do so this was great

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  • luke
  • 11-27-19

difficult to hear the Mew Testament

The Old Testament was read very clearly. But James Ear Jones' voice is so low that it sounds like he is whispering which makes it difficult to understand him most ood the time even with the volume all the way up.

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