Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 21, 2013
So what is a “Bimodal Bible”? Webster defines Bimodal as: having or relating to two modes. The King James Bible as a book is just a singular mode, add audio synced with the text and it becomes a dual mode or a bimodal presentation of the King James Bible.
According to research, specific benefits of bimodal content presentation include:
Improved word recognition skills and vocabulary
Improved understanding, comprehension, fluency, accuracy, and concentration.
Improved information recall, learning and memorization enhancement.
Users can read the full report entitled, The Benefits of Bimodal Content Presentation at: http://scourby.com/bimodal-presentation.pdf.
The brain processes the written word and spoken word differently. It has long been known that a dual mode of using both inputs simultaneously greatly increases understanding and comprehension.
In the survey users were asked to study a chapter of the KJV Bible three different ways. The first was text only, the second was audio only and the third was text and audio synced together. Seventy two percent (72%) of the users reported that being able to both hear and read the chapter as the same time greatly increased their understanding and comprehension of the Bible verses they were asked to study.
The King James Bible was first published in 1611 and has been a best seller every year since that time. Up until a few short years ago, if readers wanted to access the King James Bible for Bible study or just for reading Bible verses, they only had one option, to pick up the KJV printed Bible and read it.
However, that has all changed with the great advancement of technology. The computer age quickly advanced into the mobile devices and smart phone age, which then quickly advanced into software applications for those devices simply called APPS.
Litchfield Associates was the first to introduce a Bimodal Bible, in 2009, by combining the text of the King James Bible with the Voice of Alexander Scourby synced together. For the first time since 1611, users could now read and listen to the KJV Bible at the same time.
The King James Bible was written to be spoken and numerous preachers, like Charles Spurgeon, spoke it eloquently from the pulpit. Alexander Scourby was the first to record the King James Bible, as an audio Bible, in the early 1950s and that narration is still regarded as the very best audio Bible narration in the World. The Chicago Tribune wrote that Alexander Scourby has the greatest voice ever recorded and is the worlds best audio book narrator bar none.
Now users can get the GREATEST VOICE narrating the GREATEST BOOK in a bimodal presentation and have the ultimate experience in accessing the KJV Bible, either for Bible study or simply reading favorite verses.
Litchfield Associates offers the Bimodal KJV Bible for iPhones and Android devices as well as the popular Bible Mp3 download for mp3 players and computers. Users can take a tour of the bimodal Bible at scourby.com and experience the Ultimate in Bible Study.