2005 Bible and Spade Back Issues
Issues listed with an *asterisk* are available as photocopies.
Biblical Archaeology: Eternal Implications- Extra-Biblical Evidence for the Conquest - Archaeologists Fail to Use Sound Reasoning - Which Way Did They Go? The Magi's Escape from King Herod - Local References in the Letter to Smyrna (Rev. 2:8-11), Part I: Archaeological Background - For Young Archaeologists: Herod the Great
Pharaoh Merenptah Meets Israel- The Synagogue on the Isle of Delos and the Epistle of James - Archaeologist Says He Has Found St. Paul's Tomb
Shechem: Its Archaeological and Contextual Significance - Abimelech at Shechem - Excavating with ABR at Hazor - Archaeology is NOT a Treasure Hunt - The Cave of John the Baptist - For Young Archaeologists: David and Goliath
Israel In Egypt- The Lotus in Ancient Egypt and the Bible - Between the Pillars: Revisiting Samson and the House of Dagon - What are lmlk Stamps and What Were They Used For? - Jerusalem Fell in 587 Not 586 BC - Digging with ABR at Hazor - Great Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology: The Mari Archive and the Nuzi Tablets