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ESV Audio Update: Verses

Today we’re unveiling a big update to the audio New Testament at the ESV Online Edition. You can now listen to as little as a single verse at a time.

Previously you could only listen to complete chapters–if you wanted to hear, say, John 3:16-17, you had to listen to John 3:1-15 first. No longer: listen to John 3:16-17. Or maybe you want to hear the verses in the popular evangelistic tool The Romans Road? No problem.

You’ll see a “Listen” link whenever you’re browsing a passage in the New Testament. Follow the link to hear the verses. The Beatitudes are a good place to start.

Bible Gateway provides the bandwidth for the audio, so you’ll need a recent version of the free RealPlayer installed to access the files.

We listened to the entire audio New Testament and marked by hand where each verse begins and ends. We plan a technical writeup in the near future. Please email webmaster@gnpcb.org if you find any errors or have any problems.

Does this feature mean that Verse-of-the-day podcasts are coming soon? Yes it does–they’re coming Friday, May 6.

May 2, 2005 | Posted in: Uncategorized | Author: Crossway Staff @ 9:00 am | (2) Comments »

2 Comments

  1. [...] Updated 3 May 2005: This script has been updated to provide a link to ESV’s audio edition, so that you not only can display the daily verse on your site, you can also listen to it pronounced. [...]

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  2. [...] ESV/Good News publisher has just announced an update to their online audio version on their blogsite, and it allows you to listen to segments of a chapter. Audio link is now also part of their search results. Recent version of RealPlayer is required however, as somehow RTSP does not work with “Real Alternative”. [...]

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