Download The Word of Promise Audio Bible - New King James Version, NKJV: Old Testament: NKJV Audio Bible Audiobook

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Author: Thomas Nelson Publishers , Thomas Nelson Narrator: Stacy Keach, Louis Gossett, Richard Dreyfuss, Jim Caviezel, Jon Voight, Marisa Tomei, Gary Sinise, Jason Alexander, Joan Allen, Marcia Gay Harden, Malcolm McDowell, Max von Sydow Publisher: Thomas Nelson Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: December 2008 ISBN: 9781418585822
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This faithful rendering of the Old Testament in the New King James Version (NKJV) presents the Bible in compelling, dramatic audio theater format with world-class audio production. With an original music score by composer Stefano Mainetti (Abba Pater), feature-film quality sound effects, and compelling narration by Michael York and the work of over 500 actors, the Word of Promise Audio Bible will immerse listeners in the dramatic reality of the scriptures as never before.

Each beloved book of the Bible comes to life with outstanding performances by Jim Caviezel as Jesus, Richard Dreyfuss as Moses, Gary Sinise as David, Jason Alexander as Joseph, Marisa Tomei as Mary Magdalene, Stacy Keach as Paul, Louis Gossett, Jr. as John, Jon Voight as Abraham, Marcia Gay Harden as Esther, Joan Allen as Deborah, Max von Sydow as Noah, and Malcolm McDowell as Solomon.

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About the Author

Max McLean founded and is artistic director of Fellowship for Performing Arts, a New York City–based producer of live Christian theater. McLean adapted, produced, and starred in The Screwtape Letters, a play based on the book by C. S. Lewis. His stage adaptation of Lewis’ The Great Divorce launched its national tour in late 2013. McLean also is the narrator of The Listener’s Bible.

About the Narrators

Gary Sinise, born in Blue Island, Illinois, helped launch the Steppenwolf Theater Company at age eighteen. He started his Hollywood career as a director, but his 1994 appearance in Forrest Gump as Lieutenant Dan launched him to fame and earned him an Academy Award nomination. He worked with Tom Hanks again in Apollo 13 and has since appeared in more than thirty other films and television shows.

Stacy Keach is perhaps best known for his portrayal of hard-boiled detective Mike Hammer. He played Ken Titus on the sitcom Titus, Warden Henry Pope in the hit series Prison Break, and has been seen in numerous film and stage productions. He won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Ernest Hemingway and starred as Richard Nixon in the US National Tour of Frost/Nixon. His performance in the title role of King Lear has received international acclaim.

Joan Allen has worked in theater, television, and film during her early career and achieved recognition for her Broadway debut in Burn This, winning a Tony Award. She has received three Academy Award nominations, including two for Best Supporting Actress for Nixon and The Crucible and one for Best Actress for The Contender. Her other films include The Ice Storm, Face/Off, Pleasantville, The Notebook, and The Bourne Ultimatum.

Marcia Gay Harden is an Academy Award and Tony Award–winning actress of film, stage, and television. She is also an author, an advocate for Alzheimer’s research, a gardener, and a potter. Her first mainstream film acting role was as a femme fatale in the Coen brothers’ Miller’s Crossing. She also had roles in Pollock, Mystic River, Mona Lisa Smile, and Meet Joe Black, among many others. She earned a BA in theater from the University of Texas and an MFA from the graduate acting program at New York University.

Malcolm McDowell has been a part of the acting world for more than four decades and has more than one hundred films under his belt. Best known for playing villains, he has become one of America’s greatest actors, though he hails from England.

Max Von Sydow is a Swedish actor best known for The Seventh Seal, one of the eleven films he made with Ingmar Bergman, as well as the Greatest Story Ever Told, and The Quiller Memorandum.

Richard Dreyfuss is an Academy Award–winning actor who has appeared in such blockbuster films as Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Jaws. In 1977 he became the youngest man to win the Oscar for Best Actor, which he won for his performance in The Goodbye Girl. He also appeared in Stand by Me, What about Bob?, The American President, and Mr. Holland’s Opus, among many other films.  

Louis Gossett, Jr., is one of the most respected African American actors in film, television, stage, and voice-over history with a distinct voice that carries quiet authority. A triple-threat talent with an Emmy for Roots, an Oscar for Officer and a Gentleman, and a Golden Globe for The Josephine Baker Story, Gossett is in the upper echelons of elite actors. As an impassioned activist, he firmly believes in giving back to the community and has donated his performance royalties from the Twelve Years a Slave audiobook to his nonprofit organization, the Erascism Foundation, which focuses on planting the seeds of social tolerance with children and eliminating the stigma of racism.

Richard Dreyfuss is an Academy Award–winning actor who has appeared in such blockbuster films as Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Jaws. In 1977 he became the youngest man to win the Oscar for Best Actor, which he won for his performance in The Goodbye Girl. He also appeared in Stand by Me, What about Bob?, The American President, and Mr. Holland’s Opus, among many other films.  

Rod Serling has won the most Emmy Awards for dramatic writing in the history of televisionHe wrote over seventy-five episodes of the Twilight Zone series, for which he won three of his Emmys. He was also the show’s host and narrator.

Richard Dreyfuss is an Academy Award–winning actor who has appeared in such blockbuster films as Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Jaws. In 1977 he became the youngest man to win the Oscar for Best Actor, which he won for his performance in The Goodbye Girl. He also appeared in Stand by Me, What about Bob?, The American President, and Mr. Holland’s Opus, among many other films.