TLG License Agreement
I think there are several relevant parts of the agreement that make it quite clear it would not be acceptable to take a whole text and import it into BibleWorks. The whole gist of what you can and cannot do with TLG is that you can use their material to carry out your personal research but you cannot copy whole texts or make it available to others. Some of the key portions are cited (and highlighted) below.
"Licensee may not download entire texts or make back-up or archival copies of the Licensed Materials."
"'Permitted use' shall include all processing, investigation, and analysis of Licensed Materials, provided such processing is not undertaken for purposes of producing a commercially published document which includes extensive portions of the Licensed Materials or which reproduces all or part of the Licensed Materials in a form differing from the original form primarily as a result of mechanical, electronic, or other manipulation."
"Examples of permitted use are the following: searches for words and phrases; statistical analysis; the production of indices and concordances when such indices and concordances are intended for use as intermediate tools by the scholar or scholarly team engaged in research into the data and are not intended for wider distribution."
"Licensee shall not modify, manipulate, or create a derivative work of the Licensed Materials without the prior written permission of TLG."
"Licensee shall not be permitted to make copies of all or part of the Licensed Materials or download (i.e., transfer by electronic or other means to other data storage media or similar devices) any portion of the TLG materials for purposes other than those that are incidental to licensee's temporary research activities."
"All prohibitions and restrictions upon the use of Licensed Materials enunciated in this agreement apply equally to reformatted versions of the Licensed Materials whose data format has been modified to permit analysis on other data processing systems, and such restrictions and prohibitions apply to the Licensed Materials regardless."
Roy E. Ciampa, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of New Testament
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
130 Essex Street
South Hamilton, MA 01982