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and should be extracted to “c:\ProgramData\The Word\Books” folder.
All of the modules listed here at DDT.com we consider to be “the cream of the crop”
when it comes to eSword modules. You’ll find these Bible study modules will rightly
exposit God’s Word and build your faith.
Modules marked with ** are outstanding, and should be used by all students of God’s
Modules marked with ^ are offsite links to files not made by our “Merry Little Band”
of module builders. The editing, formatting, and general Quality Control may not
be the best, but the content of the modules themselves will be rather excellent.
We’re quite pleased to be able to link to these files for your convenience.
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Reference & Both Testaments
^Walter F. Adeney - (lesser known) “Men of the Bible” eSTW
^L.M. Grant - “The Bible - It’s Sixty Six Books in Brief” eSTW
^**Alice M. Hodgkin - “Christ in All the Scriptures” eSTW
^**Charles Foster Kent - “The Historical Bible” (7 Vols) eSTW
^**Charles Kent Foster - “The Messages of the Bible” (11 Vols) eSTW
^J. Gresham Machen & James Oscar Boyd - “A Brief Bible History” eSTW
**J. Vernon McGee - “Thru The Bibles Notes & Outlines” eSTW
NOTE: This is not the copyrighted commentary; this is a public domain overview of
each of the books of the Bible. The formatting is not up to OMLB standard, but I
decided to release it basically “as is.”
NOTE: This is the .topx/.gbk format. It is a daily devotional reading from consecutive
chapters in the Bible. Reading one entry per day, you’ll read through these volumes
in about 39 months. Excellent devotional material!