Includes Tobit, Judith, Esther (Greek), Wisdom of Solomon, and Baruch. The Holy Bible With Deuterocanonicals/Apocrypha: Contemporary English Version published by the American Bible Society
- easy way to read the Apocrypha to see why it is not inspired
The Product iInfo on this is wrong. It does not contain Wisdom of Solomon, but instead contains Letter of Jeremiah & the additions to the Book of Daniel in the Greek version: Prayer of Azariah, Susannah, & Bel and the Dragon.
Easy way to read the Apocrypha. I wanted to read these for myself, to see if they might be inspired, and definitely they are not.
Tobit is read excellently. It is like a Victorian novel that encourages godliness and where good wins out in the end. Not as good as Dickens though. Definitely not true.
Judith is also excellently read. The reader sounds like Shari Lewis who had the puppet Lambchop. This book is definitely not true and is not worth reading.
Baruch - I did not get anything out of this one. A hard one to listen to because it is not a narrative.
Greek Esther - Not worth listening to
Prayer of Azariah - boring
Susannah - very short. clever
Bel and the Dragon - also short and a little clever
Letter of Jeremiah - really boring. All about why not to worship idols. Contradicts the real Jeremiah's 70 years prophecy.