Taking up much less space than a stack of print copies and certainly more versatile, the Accordance version of Biblical Archaeology Review is an invaluable resource for understanding the historical and cultural context of the Bible.
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I first got my hands on Biblical Archaeology Review (BAR) in 1986. I was a senior in high school, and my English teacher had a year’s worth of issues in a desk drawer (yes, this was a public high school). She asked me if I wanted them, and I enthusiastically said I did, even though […]