George W. Sarris is an accomplished actor, narrator, and spokesman. He served on the Board of the Screen Actors Guild in Boston, and has been a spokesman for radio and television commercials and industrial films for companies such as AT&T, BMW, Burger King, Duracell, Honda, Pizza Hut, Sprint, and UPS. Mr. Sarris holds the degrees of bachelor of science in speech from Northwestern University, and master of divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has been involved in media ministry for over 30 years.
The bible vs the voices in my head
I would first like to say that I wasn’t born into a very catholic or Christian home. I stared going to church pretty late I would think; age 11. When I first went to the church I was dead bored. I was bored out of my mind for 4 hours which seemed like forever. Anyways I went to church and that was that.
10 years later at the age of 25 I regret not taking church more seriously as I developed paranoid schizophrenia.
10 years prior years previous was a 15 year old. ‘Emo girl’ I was being bullied , I was cutting all the while going to a catholic school . Which was considered Gods house. I went from being on honour role to snaking crack in back alleys. Not knowing anything of the bible and its protection.
10 years later I started hearing voices long story short I found God.
A bit of technique used here
There is only a little bit of competition thus far among Bible auido book narration so I'll go with 5 stars here. One of the unique parts of this narration is that in a few places the narrator raises his voice and dramatizes just slightly so that the listener notices the change in tone. It does help someone who is listening to refocus on what is being said in the reading. It is more pronounced in the Exodus recording.
I do have a couple of other Bibles that I purchased on iTunes. There isn't enough of them however for now it should suffice. I'll hold back on my philosophical take.