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Archives of Bible Study Notes by Email from John Karmelich
the bible studies listed on this page are the archives of a weekly e-mail bible study that is sent out every wednesday. the studies cover one bible book at a time, and each weekly e-mail usually covers one chapter of that book. each e-mail is about 10-12 pages, including the verses themselves, plus commentary. it's easy to sign up or cancel.
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