I came across this book when I was looking at reference Bibles. Reference Bibles only have 80-90,000 cross references but this book has 500,000. It has helped me to use the Bible as a commentary on the Bible. There are two things to note though: 1) the print is small so expect to use a magnifying glass. 2) this book is old, I think it is in the public domain, and free software like E-Sword include the digital version of this book for free. I personally use both, digital and hard copy in my studies. God bless.
Was recommended for use by my pastor. I haven't used it yet but from flipping through, it seems very thorough. The only negative thing I see is the quality. Some of the printing on the pages is so light, I cannot make out what it says.
Not sure if this is for the everyday bible student as it is VERY tedious in the amount of information. Which could be great or just plain "too much" depending on who you are. Would recommend for anyone in ministry who has to teach on a regular basis.
However, with the modern day technology in Bible software, might not be as relevant to younger people in teaching ministries.
Only downside is that the material could be better quality, don't know durable the pages would be if someone was really putting this thing through it's paces.