While I don't read Protestant Bibles, I do listen to them. Currently, I'm listening to the KJV Old Testament - supplemented with the deuterocanonical books as found on LibriVox - and the American Standard Version New Testament. As I read a lot, I decided a while back to replace my daily Bible reading plan, with an audio Bible format. Needless to say, I would prefer using a Catholic Audio Bible, but none of them are free and there are a host of Protestant translations that are. Be that as it may, I've still manage to cobble together an almost complete Catholic Canon - LibriVox doesn't have 2 Maccabees - using a variety of free apps. Pax,John
I listen to the Douay-Rheims audio Bible every night. It has the entire Bible, all the books. It was read by Steve Webb and was done very well. You would love it it you enjoy the KJV. Just do a web search for it.
Hello Russ,I did come across Steve Webb's Douay version while searching around for audio Bibles. But - unless I missed something - you always had to pay for it. And at this point in my life, free is better. Even if it is a cobbled together Bible that's missing 2 Macabees. But thanks for the tip.Pax,john
No free, but very cheap as I recall, and a very good investment if you listen to it a lot!
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