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Matthew’s Gospel

From The New Testament in Scots

Translated by William Laughton Lorimer and read by Tom Fleming


Price: £19.99
Publisher:Wild Goose Publications
Published:Summer 2008
If you enjoy listening to a Scottish accent then this will be a real pleasure. Tom Fleming has a voice that you can happily listen to for hours and his reading of this gospel translated into the Scottish dialect is a joy to hear. If the gospel is familiar to you in your favourite version, you will have no difficulty in following the Scottish words without having to stop and seek the English translation. Just let it flow over you and you will receive the ageless message loud and clear.

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Reviewer: Mary Bartholomew   (21/06/08)

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