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The Coming Prince

Written by: Sir Robert Anderson
Narrated by: Vince Whittaker
Length: 5 hrs and 39 mins

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Robert Anderson was the second assistant commissioner (crime) of the London Metropolitan Police from 1888 to 1901 and a theologian and writer. The Coming Prince is a classic study of the book of the prophet Daniel. It closely examines every aspect of prophecy related to the Antichrist or "Man of Sin".

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-05-19

Disappointed

The cadence of the narrator is terrible like a child of grade 4. I read this book but would not recommend this audiobook.

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  • Connie Condra
  • 24-08-19

The narrator leaves much to be desired

I bought this recording because I don't have time to read the book myself. The narrator is my main gripe. He apparently has no background in the Bible or Bible study. This is clear by the way he massacres names whose pronunciation he would have otherwise known. While I am able to determine most of them, some caused me to pause and rewind to try to figure out what he was saying. With names such as Nebuchadnezzar and Xerxses, the narrator apparently also slept through world history. Pitiful!

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  • Genesis6
  • 05-02-20

Important Book For Bible Study and End Times.

Unbelievably bad narration almost to the point of comical. I hope it wasn’t meant to insult Christians. I’ll give the narrator the benefit of the doubt that he is not a bigot nor narrated this in a malicious manner. I already had the book, but I am grateful to have this audio version.

You might enjoy the narration more if you listen at 1:25 speed.

Thank you Audible.