MP3 version of the GNT

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James Spinti
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MP3 version of the GNT

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Long promised, finally here: John Schwandt narrates the UBS 4 text in MP3 format:
http://www.hendrickson.com/html/product ... tegory=all

Warning: The pronunciation is Erasmian.

Available at Eisenbrauns and other online retailers.

James
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RandallButh
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Re: MP3 version of the GNT

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Thanks for the 'warning' label. (Hopefully it is not the 'lagas'-version of 'Rasmian.)
It does underline the need to responsibly use new technology.
The field is readily capable of perpetrating last generations mistakes for the next generation, even when the technology is available to break the cycle.
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Re: MP3 version of the GNT

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Sorry for replying to an old thread, but if anyone is interested in an inexpensive MP3 CD version of GNT (NA 26) read in modern Greek pronunciation, there is one available. Here is the product description from Christianbook:

"Dr. Spiros Zodhiates narrates the Koine Greek New Testament in his native Modern Greek pronounciation. On this MP3 compact disc, you will have one of the finest recordings of this beautiful Bible language. It is a great reference tool as well. New Testament recording includes the Gospel of Matthew through the Book of the Revelation. The narration is from the Nestle-Aland 26th Edition of the Greek New Testament."

It seems to get very good reviews overall. You can find it on Amazon or Christianbook by searching the author's name and maybe adding the term CD or MP3.
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