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NIV, Audio Bible, Dramatized, Audio CD

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$89.99
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This complete Audio Bible allows Scripture to surround you with multiple-voice narration and a fully orchestrated background. From Genesis to Revelation, the dramatization is paired with high-quality digital engineering and delivers a clear, memorable experience to help you enter into God’s Word, so that God’s Word can enter into you.
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The New International Version of the Bible is today’s most popular modern-English translation.  The NIV Audio Bible, Dramatized brings the Bible to life with this true-to-text dramatization of the Old and New Testament.  The fully orchestrated background enriches the text reading and enhances the total experience.  Digitally engineered from start to finish, this audio Bible delivers an inspiring and uplifting encounter with the Word of God.

UPC 025986436469
ISBN-10 031043646X
ISBN-13 9780310436461
Publish Date Dec 11, 2012
Weight (lbs) 3.1800
Height 12
Width 7.25
Length 75:27:00
Length Unit Running Time
Publisher Zondervan
Price $89.99
Bible Translation New International Version
Format CD Audio
Language English

Customer Reviews

Review by MW
Overall Rating
I've been listening to the 2001 narration since 2001 and I still can't find a dramatized version that I prefer over this. I've tried audio only. I've tried the experience with all the celebrity voices and none (in my opinion) compare to this version. I respectfully disagree with Bing with regard to the book of Isaiah. The inflection and intonation (whispers & shouts) is what gives the books of the prophet's life. The books of the law and the books of the prophets can sometimes be a bit dry to read or listen to and redundant in some cases. But listening to the shouts and whispers of Isaiah brings out the personality of the characters and makes it easy for one to visualize God's message and points that need emphasis. I believe everyone has to find a style that works for them and this version may not be for everyone. But I absolutely adore it and it has helped me to memorize God's word with such accuracy people think I went to seminary. I didn't. I've been listening for years and have most of it memorized (not on purpose) it just happened and I'm grateful. God Bless (Posted on 3/25/2017)
Review by Grant
Overall Rating
I went through 3 dry commentators tapes program over the years and an ok illustrated OT and NT cassets until my son played the Zondervan Dramatized CDs NT in the NIV for me and have loved them so I bought an OT as well and have been through the OT and NT at least 6 times each from 2003 and oh yea they have a misplace word or two in them and mayby the voices arnt like mine or Alexanders... Big Deal, they keep my attention and are interesting.. Im not an employee of any other Bible Company or listening to these CDs as a critic, Im a Prison Chapalin and a Christian for over 65 years and these CDs are the best on the Market and the more I listen to them the more I enjoy them. (Posted on 11/7/2016)
Review by Bing
Overall Rating
I wish I could refund this CD set. Because the narrators are not very good. Dramatization is simply not there. It is more like irritation than dramatization. The narrator for Isaiah and Ezekiel has a habit of read laud and whisper (almost inaudible) in a funny (irritating) voice. (Posted on 7/11/2016)
Review by Bing
Overall Rating
I purchased this set several years ago and didn't listen it much. Recently I try to give it another try. The narrators, esp., for Isaiah, like to shout and whisper (almost inaudible) in one sentence. Also he like to dramatize using his funny and annoying voice. It does not works well for me at all. It is either to sharp or irritating and the consequence is distraction. (Posted on 7/11/2016)
Review by Jason Ryan Salazar
Overall Rating
Adjustments needed:
#1-Remove the following from the end of every chapter in the Books of 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 1 Chronicles, and 2 Chronicles, " As for the other events of _____ reign, and all he did, are they not written in the book of the annals".

I've been listening to this particular audio bible for over 2+years now and find that this has to be the most annoying part of it. I understand that the word of God is not to be adjusted or changed no matter what, but in some cases, such as the Dramatized Audio Bible there needs to be a few changes to keep the readers attention going without being irritated.

#2-The books of Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Lamentations need to replace their narrators, and add additional narrators, plus put the narrator for the voice of God in those books too so that way it's not just one boring narrator speaking throughout the entire book. I do not believe these books are dramatized at all. Just these three books specifically seem quite dull, and definitely degrade the value of the price for this DRAMATIZED NIV AUDIO BIBLE. (Posted on 1/13/2015)

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