New Testament: Philippians
from the King James Bible
16 minutes, 18 seconds
Unabridged Religous Work
First Century AD
The eleventh book of the New Testament: the epistle of the apostle Paul to the Philippians. It was written during Paul’s first imprisonment in Rome, yet he emphasizes joy and rejoicing at the gospel.
Read by Alex Wilson.
Originally for sale on April 6, 2007, and released free with a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License five years later. See the Mission page for why.
The King James Bible was produced by a committee of scholars in 1611 as one of the first "sanctioned" Bible translations in any language. Less than a century earlier, the first printing of an English Bible translation by William Tyndale resulted in his execution in 1536.
Alex Wilson is a writer and actor from northern Ohio and now based in Carrboro, North Carolina. His stories and comics have appeared/will appear in Asimov's Science Fiction, The Rambler, Outlaw Territory II (Image Comics), Weird Tales, Futurismic, LCRW and elsewhere. Locus has called him a "promising new writer," and Publishers Weekly also has nice things to say. Website)
Alex has performed lead roles in the North American premiere of (Richard Taylor's musical) Whistle Down the Wind and (Emmy-nominated director Jack Lucido's film) The Third Cord. He has recently appeared in the Deep Dish Theater productions of Hedda Gabler and Moon for the Misbegotten, and recorded narrations for Escape Pod and Night Shade Books. (Acting Resume/Reel) On early Telltale recordings, Alex is sometimes credited as "Alexander Wilson." He founded Telltale in 2004.
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