Modules

Some of the most requested standard references are now available!

NEW Additional modules from WORDsearch now available!

Over the years, customers have asked us about electronic libraries. Please click here to read our thoughts on the subject of electronic libraries.

Please note: When you order a module, you will receive an unlock code for immediate use with BibleWorks. No physical media are sent for module orders.

Modules Available:

  modules/APNTs.jpg Aramaic Peshitta New Testament Database (APNT)
$29.00
by Janet M. Magiera
Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  FBHG_s.jpg Beginning Biblical Hebrew (FBHG)
$25.00
by Mark Futato. Requires BibleWorks 6 or later. Click for details.
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  ZERW_s.JPG Biblical Greek (ZERW)
$15.00
by Maximilian Zerwick.
Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  modules/BNGD_s.jpg A Concise Greek-English Dictionary of the New Testament (BNGD)
$10.00
Prepared by Barclay M. Newman, Jr.
This item requires BibleWorks 8 or later. Click for details.
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  modules/QBSET_s.jpg Dead Sea Scrolls English Translation Bundle: Biblical and Sectarian Texts (QBSET)
$30.00
The Biblical Texts contain a Browse Window version and a HTML Help version. The Sectarian Texts contain a HTML Help version only. (The Browse Window version is searchable using the Command Line. The HTML Help version opens in a separate window for reading and is not searchable using the Command Line. Basic searches on the HTML Help version are possible using the built-in search feature.)
This item requires BibleWorks 8 or later. Click for details.
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  ESVSB_s.jpg English Standard Version (ESV) Study Bible (ESVS)
$20.00
Requires BibleWorks 9. Click for details.
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  EDNT_s.jpg Exegetical Dictionary of the New Testament (EDNT)
$119.00
edited by H. Balz and G. Schneider. Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  modules/JM_s.jpg A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew (JMUR)
$75.00
2006 Edition. By Paul Joüon, S.J. and Takamitsu Muraoka.
This item is for BibleWorks 7 and is available
(a) by download and unlock in BibleWorks 7 Revision A01, with download instructions furnished upon ordering; or (b) by unlock from CD in BibleWorks 7 Revision A02 or later. It is included in BibleWorks 8 and later without need for unlock. Click for details.
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  STEV_s.jpg Grammar of Palestinian Jewish Aramaic (STEV)
$19.95

by W.B. Stevenson.
Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  ESNT_s.jpg Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics--Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament (ESNT)
$30.00
by Daniel Wallace. Requires BibleWorks 6 or later. Included without need for unlock in BibleWorks 8 and later. Click for details.
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  BDF_s.JPG Greek Grammar of the New Testament (BDFG)
$55.00
by F. Blass, A. Debrunner, and R.W. Funk. Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  LSJM_s.JPG A Greek-English Lexicon (LSJM)
$135.00
by Liddell, Scott, Jones, and McKenzie
Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  modules/LEHS_s.jpg A Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint (LEHS)
$25.00
Revised Edition. Edited by Johan Lust, Erik Eynikel, and Katrin Hauspie.
Requires BibleWorks 8 or later. Click for details.
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  GRDT_s.jpg Griechisch-deutsches Taschenwörterbuch zum Neuen Testament (GRDT)
$19.00
by Erwin Preuschen. Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  BDAG_s.jpg Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament (BDAG)
$150.00
by Bauer, Danker, Arndt, and Gingrich. Requires BibleWorks 5 or later. Click for details.
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  halot_s.jpg Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (HALOT)
$159.00
by Kohler, Baumgartner, and Stamm. Requires BibleWorks 5 or later. Click for details.
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  BDAG_HALOT_s.jpg Combination Offer: BDAG and HALOT Modules (BDAG/HALOT)
$212.00
Requires BibleWorks 5 or later. Click for details.
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  IBHS_s.jpg Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax (IBHS)
$43.00
by B. Waltke and M. O'Connor. For BibleWorks 6 or 7; included without need for unlock in BibleWorks 8 and later. Click for details.
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  modules/PONS_s.jpg PONS Kompaktwörterbuch Althebräisch-Deutsch (PONS)
$40.00
by Frank Matheus.
This item requires BibleWorks 8 or later. Click for details.
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  WEIN_s.JPG Practical Grammar for Classical Hebrew (WEIN)
$49.00
by Jacob Weingreen.
Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  CROY_s.jpg A Primer of Biblical Greek (CROY)
$13.00
by N. Clayton Croy. Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  QSM_s.jpg Qumran Sectarian Manuscripts (QSMA)
$80.00
by Martin G. Abegg, Jr. Requires BibleWorks 6 or later. Click for details.
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  bavinck.jpg Reformed Dogmatics (4 volumes) (BAVI)
$99.00
by Herman Bavinck
Requires BibleWorks 9. Click for details.
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  Grudem.png Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine (GRUD)
$39.96
by Wayne Grudem. Requires BibleWorks 9. Click for details.
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  CTENTM_s.jpg The Text Of The Earliest New Testament Greek Manuscripts (CTEN)
$30.00
by P. W. Comfort and D.P. Barrett. Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  modules/METZ_s.jpg A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament (METZ)
$20.00
Second Edition. By Bruce M. Metzger.
This item requires BibleWorks 8 or later. Click for details.
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  tdnt_s.jpg Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Abridged) (TDNT)
$59.00
by Kittel, Friedrich, and Bromiley. Requires BibleWorks 7 or later. Click for details.
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  VGNT_s.jpg Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament (VGNT)
$0.00
by J.H. Moulton and G. Milligan
This item is included at no cost in BibleWorks 7 and later. It is included automatically in BibleWorks 9 and is available for BibleWorks 7 and 8 through the BibleWorks Updater. It is not available for BibleWorks versions earlier than BibleWorks 7. Click for details.

WORDsearch Modules

WORDsearch has converted some of their modules into BibleWorks modules. WORDsearch does not need to be installed to use these modules, but BibleWorks 7 and higher is required. The following BibleWorks modules are just some of the many offerings available from WORDsearch:

Dictionary of Biblical Imagery
Leland Ryken, James C. Wilhoit and Tremper Longman III
InterVarsity Press
Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels
Joel B. Green, Scot McKnight, I. Howard Marshall
InterVarsity Press
Dictionary of New Testament Background
Craig A. Evans and Stanley E. Porter
InterVarsity Press
Dictionary of Paul and His Letters
Gerald F. Hawthorne, Ralph P. Martin and Daniel G. Reid
InterVarsity Press
Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its Developments
Ralph P. Martin and Peter H. Davids
InterVarsity Press
New Bible Commentary
Gordon J. Wenham, J. A. Motyer, D. A. Carson and R. T. France
InterVarsity Press

These modules and many more may be ordered at www.wordsearchbible.com/bible_works. Support for these modules is provided by WORDsearch.

User-created Modules

In addition to the above modules, BibleWorks customers have created other free BibleWorks modules. These customer contributions can be found at bibleworks.oldinthenew.org. (These modules are not guaranteed compatible by BibleWorks, LLC.)

Some Thoughts About Electronic Libraries

We continue to encourage our users to think carefully before building large electronic libraries, for two reasons:

1. There is no guarantee computers will, in as few as ten years, be able to read today's electronic media. For example, read "Cerf sees a problem: Today's digital data could be gone tomorrow " from ComputerWorld (June 4, 2013), "At Libraries, Taking the (Really) Long View" from Inside Higher Ed (July 23, 2008), and "The Digital Ice Age" from Popular Mechanics (December 2006).

2. Even more significantly, almost all electronic libraries are in proprietary formats: there is no standard. Proprietary formats, and the software that reads them, come and go (remember DOS?). A recent article in Christian Computing, "Is It Time for a Second STEP?", noted the unlikelihood of a standard format emerging. When an electronic library's proprietary format is abandoned, one's investment in the library is lost.

Books, on the other hand, are independent of computers. If you use certain reference works on a daily basis, it may make sense to purchase electronic editions, and, for this reason, we are providing (and will continue to provide) a limited collection of locked electronic resources for those who want them. But in our opinion it makes sense to buy print editions first, then electronic editions if you find you really need them.