- New Living Translation, 1996 Edition
- 5 MP3 discs comes in hard plastic case
- New Living Translation, dramatized narration
- Each chapter is on its on individual track so you can select the exact book and chapter you want to listen to.
- Both Old Testament and New Testament
- Recorded at 96 KBPS, total file size is 3.1 GB for installation of the entire Bible.
- Length: 73 Hours and 33 Minutes of Bible Reading
- Mike Kellogg has work with the Moody Bible Institute for 31 years.
- Mike Kellogg has been the host for Music through the Night, a Christian music program aimed to help listeners grow in Christ.
- With the Moody Bible Institute he has produced many dramatic and musical specials
- New Living Translation or the NLT
- Number of Translators: 90
- Published in 1996.
- The NLT was once the Living Bible paraphrase before translators revised it to a thought for thought translation.
- The translators went back to the original languages used in order to produce an accurate contemporary English Bible.
Most Recent Customer Reviews:
47 people, like you, have reviewed this product.
5 out of 5 stars
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Submitted by Margaret O'boyle of Madera, California
I Bought this in 2009. I have so enjoyed listening to this as I walk and when I go to bed. It gives me such a blessing to hear His word.
4 out of 5 stars
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Submitted by Jean-Pierre Trachsel of Lussy, Fribourg
I appreciate very much the Bible narrated by Mike Kellogg. Years ago, we purchased the New Testament during a tour in the USA and now I bought also the Old Testament. I put it on my Iphone and listen to it almost every time I go for a walking time in the forest. Mike Kellogg is so easy to listen to.
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5 out of 5 stars
| Colossians 1:15 NLT|
Submitted by Evelyn E. Fankhauser of Ellicott City, Maryland
The Bible revealed to me Elohim: The Father, The LORD Christ, and The Holy Ghost. The Word of GOD is helping me become a new creation in Christ. I can share that repeated listening to my iPocket Bible (all of It) on my iPod has greatly facilitated my much needed sanctification process.