By: King James Version (KJV)
Dramatized Bible Stories of the Old Testament
Hear the stories of the Old Testament brought to life in this Dramatised Reading of selections from the King James Version. Feel the sweep of Bible history through the stories of key people: Adam and Eve, Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Joshua, Gideon, Samson, Saul, David, Solomon, Elijah, Elisha, Jonah and Daniel. A full cast recording by volunteers brings to life the people of the Old Testament from Aaron to Zipporah! Please note that Ruth, Esther, Job and the Song of Solomon have been dramatised separately, and are available in the catalogue as standalone projects...
Bible (KJV), Complete
The 1769 Oxford Edition. The King James Bible is one of the most important books in the English speaking world, so influential that its language permeates facets of society from religion, politics, literature, art, education and music.
Bible (KJV) 18: Job (version 3)
The Book of Job, memorably conceived of by C G Jung as the story of one man's struggle to make conscious the undifferentiated contents of the unconscious, is in its own terms an intensive study of the age old problem of undeserved suffering at the hands of an all-wise, aii-good, all-powerful God. Seen by some as a prefiguration of the crucifixion and ultimate resurrection of Jesus Christ, it is for all of us the intensely poetic story of a soul in pain, reaching out for its final redemption. - Summary by Tony Addison
Bible (KJV) Apocrypha/Deuterocanon: 1 Maccabees
The First Book of the Machabees is a history of the struggle of the Jewish people for religious and political liberty under the leadership of the Machabee family, with Judas Machabeus as the central figure. After a brief introduction explaining how the Jews came to pass from the Persian domination to that of the Seleucids, it relates the causes of the rising under Mathathias and the details of the revolt up to his death ; the glorious deeds and heroic death of Judas Machabeus ; the story of the successful leadership of Jonathan , and of the wise administration of Simon ...
Bible (KJV) Apocrypha/Deuterocanon: 2 Maccabees
The Second Book of Machabees is not, as the name might suggest, a continuation of the First, but covers part of the same ground. The book proper is preceded by two letters of the Jews of Jerusalem to their Egyptian coreligionists. The first dated in 124 B.C., contains only an invitation to the Jews of Egypt to celebrate the feast of the Dedication of the Temple. The second which is undated, is from the senate and Judas Machabeus to the counsellor of Ptolemy, and to the Jews in Egypt. It informs them Egyptian Jews of the death of Antiochus, and invites them to celebrate the feasts of the Dedication and of the Recovery of the Sacred Fire...
Book of Judith
The Book of Judith is included in the Septuagint and has been retained in Catholic and Orthodox Christian Bibles, but was eventually excluded from the Hebrew canon and assigned by Protestants to their apocrypha. The story relates how a Jewish widow, Judith, uses her beauty and charm to destroy an Assyrian general sent by the great Nabuchodonosor to lay waste to the Israelites. The name Judith is the feminine form of Judah. - Summary modified from wikipedia
(Maori) Ko Te Rongo Pai A Matiu Upoko 1 to 9
The Maori translation of the Gospel According to Matthew. Verses 1 to 9