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Christian History Issue #43

How We Got Our Bible
Written by: Hovel Audio
Narrated by: Michael Kramer
Length: 2 hrs and 6 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Ever wonder how Christian scholars knew which ancient books were to be regarded as Christian Scripture? Ever think about how the Bible came to be translated into English, and eventually the more familiar King James Bible? Ever wonder how we got our Bible? This collection of highly informative articles answers these and many other questions about how God worked through history to accomplish His will.
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    3 out of 5 stars
  • Stephen
  • 08-03-11

I Was Hoping For A Book

This is not a book, but a collection of what appears to be magazine articles on christian history. I was hoping for a book or at least a more chronological history of the bible explaining how the books of the bible came together to form the "canon" or inspired scripture. Instead, this audio book starts in the 1500's with the translation of the King James Bible and then reverts back to 100-200 AD in subsequent articles. It then jumps around a bit more from article to article, but not in a smooth chronological format. However, I did enjoy learning about John Wycliffe and William Tyndale and the amazing role they played in church history and the English bible translation. Their lives are fascinating and I would really like to read a biography on each them.

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  • Ed Shropshire
  • 28-06-12

Enjoyed the selection - Would like more

What made the experience of listening to Christian History Issue #43 the most enjoyable?

Good information and the reader was did a good job on the material. Only thing I would prefer is not to have the advertisements read. One they were way out of date and they made the reading a little disjointed.

What about Michael Kramer’s performance did you like?

Pretty easy to listen to and to follow.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful