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In the next few days, the Summer 2010 issue of Bible and Spade will be shipped out to our members and subscribers all around the world. This issue of Bible and Spade presents a panorama of topics related to the New Testament. Brian Janeway explores the various sites in and around Damascus from the life of the Apostle Paul, as described in the book of Acts. He helps us connect the historical accounts of Paul's life with locations in modern Damascus. Gordon Franz and Ernie McGinnis explain the mystery behind miniature metal skeletons and their relationship to Epicurean philosophy and the writings of the Apostle Paul. We gain fascinating insights to the biblical (Isaiah 22:13) and common expression, 'eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die.' David Hansen provides an excellent overview of the Sea of Galilee, explaining many fascinating details, especially in regards to Jesus' ministry. Included in this issue is Part 2 of David Graves' insightful article entitled, Jesus Speaks to Seven of His Churches. As we read these articles the New Testament comes to life, as the archaeological and geographical research presented elucidates the Scriptures, providing clear evidence that the biblical accounts are true in all their details.

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