| Re: Yes, I knew it was Mormon|
I know the Mormons are terribly deluded in their beliefs and am very cautious to avoid contamination but they are still made in God's image and I will not flee from them.
They are not merely deluded. Deluded means watered down. They are a false religion. And yes... we are told to "mark and avoid" those who teach contrary to the Word of God.
Romans 16:17 [i]"Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and [b]avoid[/b] them.[/i]
It sounds very spiritual when someone says "I'm not afraid of Mormons! I won't run from them!"
I'm not afraid of them either, and in fact have had many good discussions concerning Mormonism with the missionaries that have come to my door, as well as with my next door neighbor who is Mormon.
However, when it comes posting links to their website I have to say that it is irresponsible. So many people visit this forum, most never post on here. We can not post links to false religions on here because if one is not careful it is very easy to get caught in the snare of Mormonism or JW's etc.
I'm not chewing you out, or mad at you. I just felt led to point out that the links you provided for the audio KJV were in fact LDS websites. Nothing wrong with the audio Bible you were recommending, but I am glad to see that you provided and alternate link other than LDS.
I'm not interested in arguing with you about this. It is my opinion. It's not gonna change, and you're probably wont either. I just wanted to explain why I "Marked" it, and ecourage everyone to "avoid" it. Romans 16:17
The Catholic Church is pro-life... so am I. But I'm not going to join in their blasphemous mass.
| 2008/11/17 11:53|
| Re: Does anyone know of any good KJV Audio Bible mp3|
This is Aaron from OpenHisWord Ministries. I've got the complete KJV bible in MP3 format from www.firefighters.org It's a free download, though large. If anyone would like us to mail it to you on 1 DVD, or 2 CDs let us know.
| 2008/11/17 12:11||Profile|
My personal preference is for the Alexander Scourby audio bible because I find it very clear to hear what he is saying.
Mine too; I find the firefighters version much to fast. Scourby's measured reading of the scriptures is an education in itself. If there are passages of scripture you don't understand I recommend that you just listen to Alexander Scourby reading the passage.
I know nothing of his spiritual experience but he reads the punctuation and as the KJV was designed to be read aloud the punctuation is a vital part of that particular translation.
| 2008/11/17 14:30||Profile|
I know what you mean. I personally listen to scourby, for the same reasons. Can't copy and distribute it for free though.
| 2008/11/17 15:21||Profile|
SCOURBY IS THE BEST HANDS DOWN!
| 2008/11/17 19:50||Profile|
Scourby is easily worth skipping four meals, and using that money for the mp3 version.
No mp3 player? You can get one for $25 on Amazon.com, with no shipping or sales tax. Make it ten meals, and you're golden.
| 2008/11/17 20:41||Profile|
I agree with Michael, make it a priority to get an good audio bible like the Scourby audio.
My wife and I put it on in the evenings and go sleep listening to it, lovely way to end the day.
I find that listening to an audio bible makes a big difference, it certainly is no substitute for reading the word but I personnally find that I get a better understanding of each book as whole in listening to it being spoken.
| 2008/11/18 3:27||Profile|
Thanks to everyone that contributed to this thread. After reviewing this, I think I want to go with the Alexender Scourby version, I really like that one.
One last question, does anyone know where I can get Scourby for free on cd, either by download or ordering?
I am only asking because I don't not personally believe in buying Bibles, so I would like to try to get this for free, if it is not possible, then I will just go ahead and buy it. Thanks for all help
| 2008/11/22 17:13||Profile|
I very much doubt that you will find the Scourby version for free. Although I agree that it really bibles in all their forms should be free (or at least at cost) I would nevertheless urge anyone to consider buying it, a good audio bible is a great aid in bible study.
| 2008/11/23 16:14||Profile|
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| 2008/11/23 16:51||Profile|