Recently, I noted that an English Standard Version audio Bible was freely available with registration at Bible.is. This version’s Old Testament is also still freely available in MP3 format on Amazon.
In addition to these, Logos Bible Software is now giving away the ESV audio Bible read by David Cochran Heath. This resource “is available for streaming only and cannot be stored on your device. A reliable internet connection is required for use,” but it does sync “word-for-word” with the Logos ESV text.
Other noteworthy, upcoming Logos resources include:
- Bible backgrounds (9 vols.; T. & T. Clark)
- Classics (124 vols.; Various publishers)
- Patristics (5 vols.; Oxford University)
- Aquinas (3 vols.; Oxford University)
- Roman poetry (24 vols.; Harvard University)
- Peter Kreeft’s Socratic Dialogs (7 vols.; Ignatius)
- Patte and Mihoc, Greek Patristic and Eastern Orthodox Interpretation of Romans (1 vol.; T. & T. Clark)
- Fathers of the Church (127 vols.; Catholic University of America)
- Bonhoeffer studies (11 vols.; Fortress)
- Mann, Lives of the Popes in the Middle Ages (19 vols.; Various publishers)
- Pliny, Natural History (20 vols.; Harvard University)
- Studies on baptism (42 vols.; Various publishers)
- Studia Biblica (5 vols.; Oxford University)
- New Testament studies (11 vols.; Baker)
- Early Judaism (5 vols.; Various publishers)
- Community Pricing:
- Classic studies on the Synoptic problem (5 vols.; Various publishers)
- Studies on New Testament textual criticism (11 vols.; Various publishers)
- Diodorus Siculus, Library of History (22 vols.; Harvard University)
- Greek mathematical works (4 vols.; Harvard University)
Hmmm. No OT/Hebrew Bible/Semitic/ANE stuff in the pipeline, eh?
Not so much in this batch, but the Bible backgrounds collection may have some items of interest in this respect. At least some others in the pipeline previously, but which may now have be (closer to) available, are here too. Generally, “OT/Hebrew Bible/Semitic/ANE stuff” seems to have been lighter recently than texts related to NT and classics, but that may just be my perception.