Swedenborg made many thousands of scripture references as he wrote his theological works. They were first gathered in an 1859 publication, Index Général (1859), by the French scholar Le Boys des Guays. Then in 1883, this work was updated, edited, and expanded by Rev. Arthur H. Searle, and published by the Swedenborg Society, in London, and it became known in New Church circles as "Searle's Index". It was updated again and reprinted by the Swedenborg Society, again in London, in 1954. The Kempton Project updated the data again, as they worked on a new, accurate translation of the Old and New Testaments. The New Christian Bible Study has built on all these preceding works, and is providing this table to New Christian scholars as a reference tool.