Truth & Life Dramatized Audio New Testament
This 18-CD collection evokes the 1940s with its radio drama style, but hearkens back to an even earlier time with its dramatization of events from the New Testament. Across 22 hours of audio, listeners hear the voices of nearly 100 internationally renowned actors as they assume the roles of major biblical figures, including Jesus (Neal McDonough), Mary Magdalene (Kristen Bell), and Matthew (Sean Astin). Realistic sound effects and an original music score faithfully recreates a cinematic experience, only without the pictures of annoyingly beautiful people. The audio set recounts events as described in the RSV Catholic Edition of the Bible and includes a foreword by Pope Benedict XVI.
- Audio dramatization of events in the RSV Catholic Edition of the New Testament
- Radio drama style with movie-quality sound effects
- Characters voiced by nearly 100 renowned actors
- Starring Neal McDonough, Blair Underwood, Kristen Bell, Sean Astin, and Brian Cox
- Foreword by Pope Benedict XVI
- Original music score
- 22 total hours on 18 CDs
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