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Even MORE free software modules

It was bound to happen. A free Bible program as good as The Word is going to draw a lot of dedicated talent willing to transcribe resources to go into it. And quality content creators are going to give permission for their work to be transcribed.

I just came across another cache of modules for The Word, and it’s a dandy. It’s well-organized by genre, the titles are high quality, including many highly-desired classic resources, and everything is free, and to my knowledge, cleared in terms of copyright.

The site is here. I’m downloading now as I type, amazed at such an amount of quality Bible resources, and it’s all free. A big thanks to everyone who has been involved in this effort, and may the Lord bless it to spread Saving Knowledge of Him throughout the world.

Also, I received confirmation directly from David Guzik just now that his commentary has been released for free use in The Word.

Dear Paul:

Thanks for your email and your inquiry.

Yes, it is OK with me that my commentary is used as a module for e-
Sword and other related programs. I'm happy for it to have as wide a
distribution as possible.

Thanks for asking.


David Guzik

It’s at the site I listed in a recent article here. Try out this gifted expositor’s commentary for fresh, really good insight into the Word.

The addition of these standard reference works and study tools elevates the The Word package into the ranks of the best commercial Bible software packages, in my opinion. And it’s all FREE! There also are some commercial modules available, and more will be coming, undoubtedly. That’s a good thing, as the worker is worthy of his wage, and some resources can only be produced if there is remuneration. Still, there now is no excuse for everyone to have quality access to modern Bible study tools.

Hint: click on this blog’s ‘bible software” tag in the sidebar for all articles relating to this program and its modules.

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  1. October 23, 2009 at 11:54 pm

    For even more modules, harvest the thread at http://forum.theword.gr/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=950. Among other things, there’s a Bible map set.

    Amazing. Seriously thinking of selling my copy of Logos.

  2. June 16, 2010 at 11:28 pm

    http://www.twmodules.com/ is another good site which I maintain.
    http://www.twmodulos.com/ is all spanish modules.

    David Cox

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