The Singing Bible

5 Reviews
SKU: F00801D
UPC CODE: 9781589974630
$22.99
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The Singing Bible includes 50 original sing-along songs. It sets Scripture to music and includes memorable lyrics and tongue twisters, making understanding the Bible an exciting journey. This collection of 4 CDs is fast-paced and perfect for use at home or during car trips. Lyrics included. Song titles include "God’s Promise," "Noah Built a Boat," "The Bible Book is True," "Joseph’s Dream," "Psalm 23," "Listen to Wisdom," "Daniel," "Elijah," "Jonah and the Whale," and many more!
4 CD's
  • ISBN9781589974630
  • ITEM CODEF00801D
  • PUBLISHERTyndale
  • FORMATCD
  • AUDIENCEAges 2 & Up

Ratings and Reviews

5 Reviews

Review

anonymous| 2014-10-19 21:32:00

My son absolutely loves it! He always asks to hear it. We are only on the 2nd CD because he keeps asking us to repeat the song. He's a toddler. One of the best things I have bought him!

Singing Bible

Mary Downey| 2016-10-26 12:18:00

I thought this was very good and give it for presents.

Great price, great CD

Mom4| 2020-10-06 15:44

This is a great price for a wonderful CD. I was looking for a gift to celebrate the birth of my niece's son. I asked my children (ages 16 to 25) and they all had great memories of listening to this CD and learning about the Bible. I hope my great-nephew will enjoy it as much.

Good content, narrative plus songs together

Chloe| 2021-02-09 2:42

Neat CD and good songs however I don’t like that the talking is linked to the songs and not separate tracks so the actual song/music parts of the disk can be played on their own. You have to listen from beginning to end sort of thing.

A bit too much animation, perhaps?

Grandma Rita| 2021-02-12 18:20

First I want to thank you for being generous enough to send it when my credit was for only half its selling price. That was extremely generous. I am a little concerned about so many Bible stories and music and stories with moral teaching being presented with so much animation and cartoon like styles. Understand the good reasons for which it is done. Just wondering if it does not subject the content into a context of comic entertainment that is taken for its amusement value more than a challenge to actually live under biblical authority. I’m a grandma, so perhaps I am totally out of touch.