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Free Greek Audio Bible

Thanks so much to Matthias Muller for making this available and Theo Karvounakis for reading the Koine Greek!

The Koine Greek (Textus Receptus) audio Bible is now available for download for all who have already learned Greek but don't mind getting used to modern Greek pronunciation (100% native). Freely you have received, freely you shall give...

437MB, 260 chapters, 27 folders, 20 hrs, 48kbps mp3s, £0.00, value - infinite.

Add it to your dropbox for simple download and spreading. It’s meant to be public domain. Glory to Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

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Download Koine Greek Bible via Dropbox

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The videos are coming as well but take longer.

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Koine Greek New Testament (audio)

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17 thoughts on “Free Greek Audio Bible

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  2. Katie

    Thank you so much for posting this! I had a hard time finding Koine Greek read with a modern Greek pronunciation (for free, anyway). As a homeschooling housewife, pretty much my only option for learning Greek is listening, listening, and listening some more. God bless you!

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  4. Andreas Adler

    This is really great!

    I listend to the version of Maurice Robinson with the Erasmian pronunciation and it just can't compare to this version. It just doesn't sound Greek, actually to me it feels more like English. (Yeah, it is easier to follow the reading but I still don't like how it sounds...)
    This version on the other side with the modern Greek pronounciation sounds really genuine.

    I have two questions: You write this is the Textus Receptus text. But there a different versions of Textus Receptus (Erasmus, Stephen, Beza, Scrivener). Could you tell us which exact version was read?
    Also, in the DropBox note you say there are missing words in Matthew 5:1 and Revelation 14:12. Has this been fixed meanwhile?

    I plan to provide the Greek New Testament (Textus Receptus) as an Online Bible on my website and it would be great if I could provide the Greek Audio Bible so you could play it along-side the text (I also plan to add timemarkers so that the currently read verse gets highlighted). That's by the way another reason why I'd need to know the exact version so I can insert the same text.
    So, would this usage be covered by the provided licence?

    Thank you so far and God bless you!

    Andreas

  5. Jacco Pippel

    Anyone know where to find native pronunciation audio Bible of the LXX?
    BTW I love the NT audio files. Although I would like to be able to jump to a certain passage e.g. Ephesians 2:3. A video with the written text (current verse highlighted) would be nice also.

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  7. Benjamin Kantor

    Very helpful to provide this resource for everyone. Thank you!

    For those interested, I also have recorded portions of the New Testament (Mark and Luke, some other chapters in other books), but in a restored 'Living Koine' pronunciation. It is similar to the Modern Greek pronunciation, but more authentically Koine.

    I also have cartoons and videos in this Koine Greek pronunciation. All provided as free learning resources.

    You can visit my website to listen and watch them: https://www.KaineDiatheke.com.

  8. Dan Harvey

    Thank you for these files. I plan to use language restoration software that I developed (freeware download - acornslinguistics.com) to support indigenous tribes to create language lessons in Biblical Greek. These audio Greek will save a lot of time.

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