- It contains just under 5,000 commentary notes on 3,200 verses
- Andrew averaged 1 to 1.5 hours of study to produce the notes on each verse
- In some cases, the research for a single note has taken over eight hours
- The study Bible was originally published in small monthly installments until the Gospels were completed. Then, complete books were printed: first the Gospels, then Acts, then Romans, etc.
Since these commentary notes appear without change from the printed books, there are certain things that may not make sense. For example, the notes are numbered in a way that seems confusing on the web pages; there are references to page numbers and marginal references, etc. These all serve a purpose in the printed books, but not online. Understanding that the notes originated in a printed book will help avoid confusion.