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I love this podcast, the content, and the conversations between Tim and John. Unfortunately I won’t be able to listen anymore with the new format for the sermon on the mount series. I realize your changing the edit to match other media, but I can’t follow along while I’m driving or working which is when I traditionally can listen. All the speaker shifts and sound markers take me out of the conversation. more
what is the purpose of the musical tones playing throughout the discussion?
Please turn off the random background noises and dings, it’s so distracting compared to y’all’s past podcasts. I can’t keep a thread of the conversation because of these unexpected noises.
The new podcast music played at random during the episodes, not at sections breaks like before, seems unnecessary and dates the podcast, making it sound like old time radio. Seems to be a result of a larger production budget and interesting ideas of how to use it. more
Just listened to Episode 3. I was on my walk and nearly stopped to take in what I was hearing - listening to the whole sermon on the mount being read was awesome. I’ve been reading this fur 50 years but suddenly it’s coming alive in new ways
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BibleProject launched 8 years ago and published 401 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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