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Be inspired and encouraged as you live the Word of God with the Live It Now! dramatized audio Bible. This rich and rejuvenating audio experience is a convenient way to get the Bible into your busy life. Perfect for commuters, vacationers, business travelers, and anyone who wants to grow closer to God.

The New Living Translation is an authoritative Bible translation, rendered faithfully into today’s English from the ancient texts by 90 leading Bible scholars. The NLT’s scholarship and clarity breathe life into even the most difficult-to-understand Bible passages.

Product Details

Published:
September 1, 2012
Binding:
Nylon, 61 CDs
ISBN:
978-1-4143-7224-2

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What is the narrator's name for NLT Holy Sanctuary Audio Bible Tyndale Copyright 2006?

Years ago I bought from Tyndale The Old and New Testaments in Dramatic Stereo on 100 cassette tapes. One could hear the crowd in the background when Jesus was speaking to the multitude. You heard the lightening and thunder and pelting of the rain when Noah's ark lifted. The cries and confusion of the moneychangers when Jesus overturned the tables in the temple. Each person had a distinct voice. When John the Baptist spoke you KNEW it was John. It was truly the Greatest Story Ever Told. The clip you play here cannot hold a candle to what you produced then. When will you bring something like that back again?

This isn't a review, but your sample on LIVE IT NOW doesn't seem very Dramatized. I don't know if there is anyone there who's been around for 30 years, but I original bought in 1973 "The Living New Testament" Tyndale #p9652-13 on cassette (before CD). I love the back round music and speakers. Do you have anything like this on CD today? I pray you do! God Bless - Sandy

Years ago I bought from Tyndale The Old and New Testaments in Dramatic Stereo on 100 cassette tapes. One could hear the crowd in the background when Jesus was speaking to the multitude. You heard the lightening and thunder and pelting of the rain when Noah's ark lifted. The cries and confusion of the moneychangers when Jesus overturned the tables in the temple. Each person had a distinct voice. When John the Baptist spoke you KNEW it was John. It was truly the Greatest Story Ever Told. The clip you play here cannot hold a candle to what you produced then. When will you bring something like that back again? I agree with Jeri, PLEASE, PLEASE make Old/New like #P952-13 but on CD.

I just got this tonight. Been scrolling through it. The cover is very misleading with the photos of several people on front wearing studio styled headphones as if to imply several people being involved with the recording. As far as I can tell there is only one guy who makes an occasional lousy attempt to change his voice and very rarely at that. Not near the quality I expected from Tyndale. I have 3 other audio bibles and the best is the "NVI Biblia Experiencia VIVA" Although it's in Spanish you don't have to speak the language to know it's incredible! It sounds like a movie at a theater. IT is a "dramatization" but I guess that all depends on your translation of the word. Hope that same mindset isn't reflected in your bibles because I have 3 NLT's and 1 NTV that I love. Sorry but I'm feeling a bit betrayed and misled with this MP3 set.