The Complete Bible On DVD
Squeezed onto only two DVDs, the Complete Bible on DVD includes both the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible in "text with narration" form. As the narrator reads, the corresponding Scripture is displayed on the screen, so you don't even have to follow along in your paper Bible.
The complete, or entire, Bible on DVD is available in the New Living Translation (NLT), the New King James Version (NKJV), and the King James Version (KJV). All three versions feature multi-voice narration. Stephen Johnson is the main narrator, and his voice is easy to listen to. Other voices, which represent different characters, make it easy to follow along. There is even soft music in the background to make the experience even more meaningful.
Owning the entire Bible on DVD is convenient. With the Old Testament on one DVD, and the New Testament on another, both DVDs fit into a single DVD case, making it convenient to transport in a purse, bag, backpack, or nearly anything else.
Each version features a different background image, different colors, and different fonts, but all three make it easy to navigate to any chapter in the Bible.
The NLT Complete Bible on DVD features a contemporary, easy-to-understand version... the New Living Translation. The NLT is not a paraphrase version; it's a thought-for-thought translation.
The dark background behind the text is a little too dark for my taste. It makes it slightly harder to read the text. I prefer the NKJV edition (below), which has a lighter, more "lively" background.
The NKJV Complete Bible on DVD is my favorite of the "complete" Bibles on DVD. As you can see in the preview clip below, the background colors are bright and "lively." Especially suitable for those who are not well-versed in Old English, the New King James Version is much easier to understand than the King James Version.
The KJV Complete Bible on DVD has a unique 3D image of a paper Bible behind the text, which adds a creative twist to the presentation. If you like the King James Version, then this DVD is for you. But if you just can't get past the Old English, you may be better off trying the NKJV edition, listed above.