Welcome   l   Doctrinal Statement   l   Copyright Policy   l   Contact DoctorDaveT   l   DDT Twitter

Copyright 2010-2016

Bible Reference

Newest Modules


Doctrinal Studies






Expositor’s Bible


ICCNT Modules

OT Studies

NT Studies



TW Premiums

MORE Modules!

KJV Modules

The DDT Commentary Directory


For One Volume Commentaries on the Entire Bible -- Click here.


Examples: Scofield Notes, Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, etc.


For One Volume Commentaries on the Old Testament -- Click here.


There are currently none available.


For One Volume Commentaries on the New Testament -- Click here.


Example: Wallace’s “New Testament Introductions & Outlines”


For Commentary Sets on Various Books of the Bible -- Click here.


These are commentary sets that are “incomplete.” Examples include Harry Ironside’s commentary on the Bible, Ray Stedman’s commentary on the Bible, Frederick Louis Godet’s Greek Commentary “...on Luke, John, Romans & 1Corinthians,” etc. There are some excellent commentaries on this page!


For Commentary Sets on the entire Old Testament -- Click here.


There are currently none available.


For Commentary Sets on the entire New Testament -- Click here.


Examples: Alford’s Greek New Testament, Bengel’s Gnomon of the New Testament, etc.


For Commentary Sets on the entire Bible -- Click here.


This is where you’ll find commentaries like Pulpit Commentary, John Peter Lange’s commentary, Matthew Henry, etc.


For Sermonic (Textual) Commentary Sets -- Click here.


The “commentaries” on this page are more like gigantic sermon collections organized textually/canonically. If you’re looking for a simple statement on any given individual verse (like you’d find in Clarke or Barnes), these commentaries will not be helpful at all. If you want to see how great teachers and preachers of the past organized their information on the more famous verses of Scripture, these sets will be invaluable.


Examples: Spurgeon’s 63 Volumes of sermons, the entire sermon collection of Alexander Maclaren, T. DeWitt Talmage, etc.





The modules listed at DDT are “the cream of the crop” of modules available for eSword and theWord. 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 Word. Some of the modules listed also include notes about their theology. I hope that will be helpful in choosing what (and what not...) to download.


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. Membership may be required to download these modules, but membership will be free and well worth having a free account. No credit card required, by the way.


Modules listed in green are “premium” or “pay” modules. They are listed here because 1) I think they are of considerable value; and 2) your purchase of them through DDT gives us a small commission to offset site expenses. If you’d like to help us with a small gift, buy these premium modules through us, and it won’t cost you any extra.

e-Sword - Unless otherwise mentioned, these “eS” modules must be installed to the “C:\Program Files(...)\e-Sword folder” (or it’s equivalent).


The WORD - Unless otherwise mentioned, “TW” downloads are in .twm format and should be extracted to “c:\ProgramData\The Word\Books” folder.


Modules that are on this page, except as noted, are in the commentary format (eSword’s format is *.cmtx; and TheWord’s format is *.cmt.twm). That means that verses, passages, or chapters of the Bible are linked to the commentary text. If you click on Rom 3:23 in the Bible window, then the commentary window will also move to Rom 3:23 (if a comment exists).


There are some modules built in the commentary format that only cover one book, or a section of the Bible (Pentateuch, Pauline Epistles, etc.). Those smaller commentary modules will be found on the OT Studies and NT Studies pages respectively.


With a 21” widescreen monitor, you can have both your Bible software and your word processor open and viewable at 100%. Nice!

DDT Commentary Directory