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- Includes 65 high-quality digitally-mastered CDs
- Contains additional books of the Catholic canon
- Voice only—no musical background
- Packaged in a take-anywhere protective case
Stephen Johnston has been narrating and producing television, radio and audio Bible products since 1981. Over 100 million cassettes, CDs and DVDs of his narrations and productions have been sold worldwide. He is the winner of an Emmy Award, the New York Film Critics Award, and many more.
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Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
NRSV Audio Bible - Catholic Edition on MP3Hendrickson Publishers / 2012 / MP3$15.99 Retail:
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Let the power of the Scriptures refresh your soul.
Cutting-edge recording delivers the complete text of the NRSV-over 80 hours-- in a convenient audio format. Carefully read word-for-word by masterful narrator Stephen Johnston, the spoken Scriptures are available in both Protestant and Catholic editions. The Catholic edition includes an ,Imprimatur by the Most Rev. Daniel E. Pilarczyk, President, National Conference of Catholic Bishops. Both versions are available in two formats: MP3 on DVD, or on CD.
MP3 version includes a DVD and 4 CDs
• Includes all files on one DVD
• Easily loaded onto Macintosh or Windows computer with DVD-ROM drive
• Compatible with newer MP3 devices (128 kpbs sample rate)
• Can be played on MP3-enabled DVD player
• Includes playlists for devotional reading 4.7 GB of files
• Can be played on MP3-enabled CD or DVD player or loaded onto MP3 device
• Compact MP3 files (64 kpbs sample rate) require only 2.2 GB
• Includes 68 high-quality CDs that have been digitally mastered
• Voice only--no musical background
• Packaged in a take-anywhere protective case
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Q: What's the difference between the NRSV Audio Bible with the Apocrypha on CD and the NRSV Audio Bible Catholic Edition?
These two products appear to be the identical audio edition. The Catholic Edition features the 'imprimatur' of the Most Rev. Daniel Pilarczyk, President of the National Conference of Bishops, Washington, D.C. September 12, 1991.