Verse By Verse Complete eBook Collection

by Andrew C. Skinner, D. Kelly Ogden


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Do you want to expand and deepen your study of the scriptures? This complete eBook series offers soul-satisfying enrichment to your study of both The Holy Bible and The Book of Mormon by incorporating sound doctrinal commentary with quotations from General Authorities and explanations of difficult passages—all sprinkled generously with the authors' own experiences to illustrate great lessons and personal applications.

Highly informative and easy to read, this complete six-volume series of commentary comprising of over 3,000 pages provides stimulating views that complement the scriptures. It will be treasured by anyone who wishes to understand more fully the teachings of those whom the Lord called to testify of Him.

About the Authors

Andrew C. Skinner

Andrew C. Skinner is a professor of ancient scripture and Near Eastern studies and holder of the Richard L. Evans Professorship of Religious Understanding at Brigham Young University, where he served as dean of Religious Education and as the first executive director of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. A member of the international editorial group that translated the Dead Sea Scrolls and author or coauthor of more than two hundred articles and books on religious and historical topics, Dr. Skinner taught at the BYUJerusalem Center and was its associate director. He has served in the Church in several capacities: bishop, counselor in the Israel district presidency, member of the Correlation Evaluation Committee, and member of the Sunday School General Board. He and his wife, Janet Corbridge Skinner, are the parents of six children and grandparents of seven.

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D. Kelly Ogden

D. Kelly Ogden is a professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University. His doctoral work focused on the Hebrew language and historical geography of biblical lands. He has walked the length and breadth of the Holy Land and climbed Mount Sinai eighteen times. Dr. Ogden has written numerous books and articles on the Bible, especially during the fourteen years he lived in the Near East. He was associate director of the BYU Jerusalem Center and assisted in the preparation of the Latter-day Saint edition of the King James Bible. He has served as branch president in Jerusalem, mission president in Chile, Missionary Training Center president in Guatemala, and sealer in the Provo Utah Temple. He and his wife, Marcia Hammond Ogden, are the parents of four children.

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A Personal Library Must
By , Submitted on 2016-12-25

Ogden & Skinner provide great commentary and explanation to the scriptures in this series. Wish they had Doctrine & Covenants Verse by Verse. Commentary includes physical settings, customs and historical references that help you understand the meaning and symbolism often employed in the scriptures. Pictures are included and help the reader have a visual setting when studying. The only negative I can say about their study guides is it is not set up in a true verse-by-verse format. The commentary runs with the verses in the scriptures, however, the verses being discussed are usually NOT included in the text. To really get the most out of this, you need your scriptures in one hand and the commentary in the other. (David Ridges' study guides are set up verse by verse quotes followed by the commentary). The historical and cultural settings are helpful, though at times I feel the contemporary, "Mormon" take clouds the ancient, Jewish original. You cannot think, "I want to see what is said about Matthew 9 and the story of the woman with an issue of blood." Instead of arranging it by Bible reference, the New Testament is arranged by periods of time--the Galilean Ministry for example. You have to flip through the book (or even worse on the eBook) until you see those verses referenced in the text. You will see the scripture references, not the scripture quote. Though I find the layout of David Ridges' verse-by-verse more user-friendly, the insight by Ogden & Skinner does not always duplicate what is in other reference studies. I find these are my second line Go-To's mainly due to the layout.

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