The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, Enhanced, v1.2
Copyright 2010, Timothy S. Morton (www.BibleAnalyzer.com)
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The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, Enhanced and Expanded
This edition of Treasury of Scripture Knowledge (TSKe) is a
newly enhanced and expanded edition of this valuable resource. Of all
the commentaries, notes, outlines, etc. that have been printed as aids
to Bible study and research, this resource is arguably the most
valuable; it allows the Bible to explain and interpret itself. The
Bible is its own best interpreter, and the Bible Analyzer TSKe
module reveals the most relevant cross-references of any verse
with a single mouse-click.
The Lord allowed us at BibleAnalyzer.com to greatly expanded the
standard TSK primarily by,
By reciprocal references we mean references that mutually refer
to each other.
- Making Essentially All Cross-References Reciprocal
- Adding Reference Headings to Reciprocal References
- Adding References to Verses that Previously had None
- Correcting Malformed and Orphaned References
- and More.
Here are a few details of the changes:
|Verses with References
|945 More Verses
|Verses with Reciprocals
|27,288 More Verses!
Apart from the Authorized Version of the Bible itself and a
good English Dictionary, we believe the Treasury of
Scripture Knowledge, Enhanced is the most valuable Bible study
About The Original Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge is a tool for interpreting
Scripture with Scripture. Each verse of the Bible is cross-referenced
to several others to enable the reader to gain a true sense of each
word and phrase as it is used in the Bible. There are over 500,000
(actually 382,000) cross-references, listing verses that illustrate how
words and phrases are used elsewhere in the Bible. This valuable
resource greatly aids the reader in interpreting Scripture with
Scripture. It contains brief chapter summaries with dates and other
notes. Originally printed in a 700+ page book, the entire reference is
available within this module. With a single click next to any verse in
the Bible, you have instant access to the most exhaustive
cross-reference list available.
Going through the Scriptures with the aid of The Treasury will enable
the reader, better than all the commentaries, to come to a true
knowledge of God's meaning. As has been said, "There is no other
commentary on the Bible so helpful as the Bible itself." There is
not a difficult passage in the Bible that is not explained and made
clear by other passages of the Bible, and this book is marvelously
useful in bringing to light those other parts of the Bible that throw
light upon the portion that is being studied.
"...The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge enables one, not only to
understand the Word, but to feed upon the Word."
R. A. Torrey, from