^**Bauer, Walter; Danker, Frederick W., etc. “A Greek-English Lexicon of the
New Testament....” (BDAG)TW
This is the single most important Greek lexicon in existence. If you’re going to
do any serious work in the original Greek of the New Testament, this book is required
reading. Available as a TW module. Read my review here.
^**Geoffrey Bromiley, ed. - “Theological Dictionary of the New Testament” (Abridged)TW
^**“CARM Theological Dictionary” in .dctx format TW
This is a contemporary dictionary of theology - not a dictionary of Bible words.
Example: the word “Jerusalem” is not an entry, but the word “karma” is. CARM stands
for “Chrsitian Apologetics and Research Ministry,” and you can see their website
here. This resource is conservative, contemporary, and reformed.
^**Combo Dictionary: BDB/Thayer/Strong/King James Concordance/TenseVoiceMood
NOTE: This is a very nice resource that has been combined together.
This is a list of every Greek word in the LXX (Hebrew Old Testament in Greek) &
TR (Textus Receptus text of the Greek NT) that has been assigned a Strong's number,
along with any variants of that word built using the data from Open Scriptures.
^**Wilhelm Gesenius - “Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon...” not currently
NOTE: This is a Hebrew intensive dictionary - no Strong’s numbering system included.
If you are not comfortable with Hebrew, the eS version of this module will be functionally
useless. The TW version, though, works quite nicely with theWord, and is highly recommended.
Morrish was a Plymouth Brethren associated with J.N. Darby. This dictionary reflects
dispensational and pre-millennial theology.
There are other editions of this module on the net; we think this one is better.
Module Builder “Dyan” wrote this: “this is one which I worked on from scratch. Have
a look at it, I think you'll find the formatting a little better, all verse refs
are tooltipped, entries with same headings have been combined, besides I've also
added the synonyms at the end.” If you’ve already downloaded and installed another
MBD, make sure you delete it first before installing this one.
If you have the Scofield commentary module installed, you’ll want this module. If
you enjoy the Scofield commentary module, then you’ll love this Scofield dictionary
This handy reference dictionary makes finding Scofield’s notes on topics quite easy.
HOW IT WORKS: look up a topic in the “Sco” dictionary tab, and click the provided
Scripture link. When the Bible goes to that reference, the Scofield.cmtx module will
go to that verse, showing all of Scofield’s topical treasures.
NOTE: TW users can download the Scofield commentary from within the program. e-Sword
users will have to go to this third party website to download it. A free membership
will be required there (but not here!).
This is just like the Chain References in the back of your study notes - at least
the public domain section, that is.
^Noah Webster - Webster’s 1913 “American Dictionary of the English Language”
NOTE: TheWord comes with the 1828 edition. This is a second public domain version
available. After a comparison, I found that I preferred the 1828 version; you may
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