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#1 jdorman

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Posted 09 October 2016 - 01:49 PM

Just wondering if anyone had any suggestions for what I should have on my E-sword?



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Posted 09 October 2016 - 04:50 PM

Get a good variety of everything, especially the free modules. Do this before you spend any money on premium modules. Some of the best modules are free. The rest is a personal matter and really depends on what you want to do with e-Sword. Example: do you want to study ancient languages? Another example: do you wish to use modern Translations of the Holy Bible? Read the information available before you download modules - paid or free. You have plenty of time, so don't get in a hurry, especially in spending money.


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Posted 09 October 2016 - 08:57 PM

My e-Sword collection is quite large.  But if I were to select just a handful of free modules (and a few pay modules) to start off with, they would be:

 

Bibles:

KJV+TVM (great for getting deeper word studies)

Spoken English New Testament

ESV

Modern Literal Version

 

Commentaries:

Robertson's Word Pictures

Vincent's Word Studies

J.W. McGarvey Commentary Collection

Adam Clarke

Barnes

David Lipscomb Commentary Collection

 

Dictionaries:

All the James Hastings dictionaries

ISBE

Strongs/BDB/Thayer combo module

 

Paid Modules:

The NET Bible collection (the translation notes are worth the cost of the entire collection)

The Jim McGuiggan Commentary Collection (his commentaries are written in conversational tone and are filled with great information)

The Everlasting Gospel New Testament (translated by Hugo McCord)


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#4 jdorman

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Posted 10 October 2016 - 06:41 AM

Thank you for the great advice! I will start with some of those!





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