Friday, May 19, 2006

Free Audio Bible from Max McLean, ESV or NIV

The cassette edition of the Listener’s Bible is free for a limited time. You only pay shipping. It looks like they are discontinuing the cassette format and wanting to clear some inventory. I just ordered mine and shipping was about $8.

UPDATE: They are out of the OT cassettes but you can still get the NIV or ESV for the NT free.

Max McLean's reading of the scriptures comes highly recommended by Don Whitney, R.C. Sproul, Charles W. Colson, D. James Kennedy and more. He performed Genesis at Southern Seminary in October 2004. He has also recorded "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" by Edwards and "Valley of Vision."

About Max McLean from his website:

Max Max McLean was born in Panama City, Panama , and came to America via New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty at the age of four. The first thing he had to do was master the English language. Due to his father's military career, 'home' included many places across the continental United States, the Far East, and Europe.

A classically trained actor with a rich baritone voice, McLean has presented solo theatrical events of Mark’s Gospel, Genesis and Acts around the world including off Broadway in New York, at the Edinburgh Fringe Theater Festival in Scotland, Lamb's Theater in New York, Pegasus Theater in Chicago, the Dallas Theater Center, Stratford Festival Theater, and Playwrights Theater of New Jersey, as well as dozens of colleges and performing arts venues across the country. College venues included universities such as Duke, Brown and Smith. Recently McLean played Screwtape in the acclaimed stage production of C. S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters at Theatre 315 in New York City.

McLean has recorded the Bible in the NIV and ESV translation. He is currently recording the King James Bible which is due to be released in the fall of 2006. His recordings of the Bible have been nominated for Best Inspirational Audio by the Audio Publisher’s Association on two separate occasions.
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