Require reading of entire New Testament on audio tapes

Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at
Sun Sep 16 07:15:40 EDT 2001

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At 12:04 AM -0400 9/16/01, Ted Hilts wrote:
>The web site ministry is in the process of
>constructing an on line Study Bible with built in features such as an
>exegetical commentary, expositional commentary, and an encyclopedic
>lexicon which references related themes and provides both a cultural and
>historic component to these themes.  One of the tools we require must
>produce a streaming audio of the Greek according to traditional
>pronounciation not the Modern pronounciation.  To accomplish this we need
>a reading of the New Testament but done as double reading of each verse.
>The first reading is slow and the second reading is normal.  We call this
>the "double verse reading".  Prior to the double verse reading we require
>the book, chapter, and verse in English.  After each double verse reading
>there must be approximately a 2 second pause which will allow us to take
>each double verse off the tape and transform it to an MP3 and a RealServer
>streaming audio file.  We need someone competent in traditional Koine
>Greek pronounciation.  We are a non-profit organization and would
>appreciate a volunteer but that is probably unrealistic as it would take
>several long days to produce such a reading and require several dozen
>cassettes.  Therefore, if anyone is interested in helping us out please
>respond and provide an estimate of your charges and appropriate contact
>Thank you for considering this request and I apologize if this email is
>irregular to the list or causes anyone a problem because it appears on the
>Bye-thanks, Yours in Christ, Ted Hilts [New list-members:please note that
>BG proocol requires a full-name signature appended to all messages sent to
>the list. cwc]

Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University (Emeritus)
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