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Commentary on recent archaeological discoveries, current issues bearing on the historical reliability of Scripture and other relevant news concerning the Bible.

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The Winter 2013 issue of Bible and Spade will soon be delivered to subscribers and members.

Gordon Franz and Bill Crouse provide a review of the recent book, 'The Unsolved Mystery of Noah's Ark' by Mary Irwin.

Before the Israelites were preparing to enter into the land of Canaan, the Lord strongly warned them not to get ensnared in the idolatrous practices of the indigenous Canaanites.

Is man the basic cause of all the earth's problems? Would the planet be better off if man did not exist on it at all? Some environmentalists think so.

John Rhoads argues in a recent article that it was Josephus, not Luke, who misdated Quirinius's census. Jared Compton offers a brief review of Rhoads' thesis.

Associates for Biblical Research and God's Bible School & College (a regionally-accredited college in Cincinnati, Ohio) are teaming up to offer a for-credit college course in Archaeology this Winter/Spring.

The Fall 2012 issue of Bible and Spade will soon be delivered to subscribers and members.

INERRANCY, INSPIRATION AND THE OT CANON: THE PLACE OF TEXTUAL UPDATING IN AN INERRANT VIEW OF SCRIPTURE. In part one of this article, Dr. Grisanti spelled out some of the foundational definitions and conceptions of inspiration and canonicity. In part two, the discussion turned to some potential examples of inspired textual updating. Part three engages with potential objections to Dr. Grisanti's thesis.

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