Entire Listener's Bible (ESV)
Date Added: 04/28/2013 by Frank
I bought this for my wife and she loves it. Very easy to listen to.
Date Added: 04/11/2013 by Dorothy Woodrum
I just received the listeners audio bible. It's just wonderful! I listen to it while driving , flying and in my home. I give it five stars. Mac McLean is awesome. His voice really keeps your interest in his reading. Thank you In Christ;Dorothy Woodrum
Date Added: 08/10/2012 by Alfred
Great product but it was cheaper at CBD www.cbd.com and after I ordered it I asked for them to make up the difference in price and they would not do it, so I won't buy from them again
Date Added: 04/06/2012 by Lynn Arthur
Initially, I found Mr. McLean's phrasing a little awkward, but I have become adjusted. I'm hearing things that I didn't pick up on while reading. I am very happy with my purchase.
Date Added: 02/04/2012 by Delores
Thank you for providing the listener bible,it was ordered for someone that cannot read, but wanted to knwas interested in the word, I did look a lot of places to find the listener bible and was unable to find, until I heard on the radio wcrf 1033 fm in ohio I heard about the listener bible, we're very pleased, my uncle very excited and thankful
Date Added: 08/26/2010 by Wesanchak
I got the ESV entire bible. I have not started to listen to it yet but I did get everything transferred into iTunes with no problems. Downloading did not take that long with a high speed internet connection about 10 to 20 minutes for each of the four folders. After my purchase I tried to download right away and that did not work I suggest you close your browser use your password which you will receive in your e-mail after purchase and sign back in and then do your downloads. Actually I had to sign back in after each downloaded zip folder for some reason not sure why this web site is weird. Dragging the MP3 files to a new play list in iTunes is the way to go as suggested in the instructions on this web site. However be careful where you drag these files from when dragging them into iTunes. My zip files downloaded to my Download folder on my computer and I also unzipped them there inside the Download folder. After that though I created a new folder inside the My Music folder I just called the folder ESV Bible and then I dragged the unzipped MP3 files to the ESV Bible folder inside the My Music folder. The reason I did this is because once you open iTunes and create a new play list and then lock on to those MP3 files inside youíre My Music folder and drag them into iTunes new play list. Then iTunes permanently locks onto that location inside the My Music folder as the location of your MP3 bible files. So if you had left the MP3 files in your Download folder then iTunes would see the Download folder as the permanent location of the bible MP3 files. So just drag the MP3 unzipped files to youíre My Music folder first and then drag them into iTunes and into youíre new play list. Once you drag the MP3ís into youíre new play list they will also automatically add themselves to your iTunes library or at least thatís what happened when I did all this. Download and unzip the files where ever you like on your computer but remember that once unzipped and dragged into iTunes that iTunes will always see that location on your drive as where the bible MP3ís are located. So if you were to then move those MP3 bible files to another location on your hard drive iTunes would then not be able to locate the files and therefore not be able to play them in iTunes or on the iPod. Putting the MP3 bible files into youíre My Music folder is a good location because they are music files but since there were so many of them it just made it easier to make a new folder named ESV Bible inside the My Music folder and then drag all the MP3 bible files into that folder named ESV Bible. That way I could easily lock onto all the files and drag them into iTunes new playlist which I also called ESV Bible for ease. If you are having problems just delete the entire bible MP3ís from iTunes first. Then make sure your bible MP3ís are in the right folder and location on your hard drive and then drag them back into iTunes and into your new play list. I also recommend when unzipping that you unzip the Old Testament zip folders in order OT 1 then OT 2 then OT 3 and then the New Testament zip folder last. Also donít unzip them right back into the original location folder they came in. Just specify the location as your new ESV Bible folder inside youíre My Music folder and unzip them all to that location when I did this in order of folder by OT 1 and OT 2 and so on all the MP3ís came out in exact order with no problems. The instructions on this web site are a little confusing but you should also be able to get by reading them and following them too.