The Analyzed Bible is one of the most enduring works of G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945). Published as a 10-volume set between 1907 and 1911, it simultaneously fills the role of Bible Survey and Commentary, the product of years of ministry as a popular Bible teacher and preacher. The first three volumes survey every book of the Bible, with convenient outlines and summary notes, offering students and readers a valuable introduction to the Scriptures. The remaining volumes provide more detailed Commentary on six books—Genesis, Job, Isaiah, Matthew, John, and Romans—a most worthwhile collection of Commentaries by an author not always known for such systematic exposition. Each of these volumes includes both a thematic outline, and an exhaustively detailed book outline—most valuable for teachers and preachers!
This work can be accessed by Bible verse directly under the Commentary menu. It is also accessible from the Books menu, under the categories "Commentaries" and "Works of G. Campbell Morgan.