The NIV Listener's Audio Bible
Before you could tuck it under your arm, before you could bring it up on your phone - you did not read Scripture, you listened to it. For centuries, the only way to access God's Word was to hear...
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Before you could tuck it under your arm, before you could bring it up on your phone - you did not read Scripture, you listened to it.
For centuries, the only way to access God's Word was to hear it read aloud in public gatherings. Today, many are blessed to own personal printed copies of the Bible but there is a surprising benefit to hearing the Scriptures read aloud as it was for so many generations.
Verses you have read many times will impact you in a new way when you hear them through the NIV Listener's Audio Bible. Read in a single voice with subtle background music, Max McLean's skillful, engaging, but never over-dramatized style will bring God's Word to life during your personal and family devotion times, group Bible study, or during your weekday commute.
Listen to just 13 minutes a day and you'll get through the entire Bible in a year. Or listen to 6 minutes a day to hear the New Testament twice a year. Max McLean's skillful narration will help you understand, memorize, and enjoy God's Word.
"These are the most engaging recordings of the Bible I have ever heard."
The Bible Answer Man
President, Christian Research Institute
"He sounds as you might expect the writers of the text to sound if they were speaking instead of writing... McLean reads the Bible like it is the Word of God."
Professor of Biblical Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Max McLean has received critical acclaim for his theatrical adaptations of The Screwtape Letters, Mark's Gospel, and Genesis. He is known widely as the narrator of The Listener's Bible (NIV, ESV & KJV) and classic Christian literature including Pilgrim's Progress and Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God. His daily radio program is heard on 700 radio outlets. Max and his wife, Sharon, live in New York City and are active members of Redeemer Presbyterian Church.