-<>- The features for this Hebrew/Greek database are not finished so consider this an Alpha version which is very basic. 167 verses miss Strong’s concordance and you do not get an extended description of Strong’s words when you click on them. The full release with all features will be in within October. But the features will be added along the way. -<>-
The Hebrew database of the Old Testament uses the Westminister Leningrad Codex (WLC).
The Greek database of the New Testament uses the Scrivener’s Textus Receptus 1894.
This Bible database has 31102 verses just like the King James Bible since I use a Hebrew-English interlinear version of the WLC released in 2013. -<>-
So the big question is: “is this Bible database perfect?” I really don’t think so, but I don’t know as I will feel more comfortable with a later version than 2013.
Since I know that the WLC is being updated every year, but the changes after the WLC 2016 do not affect any gematria values of words but accents (when I checked the logs on tanach.us).
I do not use accents in my work since it’s really not needed for gematria. Here are 4 Hebrew letters with accents עָשְׂבֵּֽאֱ. And here are the same letters without accents עשבא.
But this database should be very very accurate. I think if there are any verses that are off in this database then it’s a maximum of 10 in the Old Testament.
And that might just be one word, letter or a word that should be a comment in a verse, so it does not affect many of the methods that we will be able to search in my database when it is complete.
I would very be surprised if there were as many as 10 errors in this database since it is a 2013 version, so there might be no errors also.
If I find a later version than 2013, then I will change to the newer version and give you a report of how many verses were changed from the 2013 version.
grovescenter.org is in charge of the electronic WLC, while Tanach.us who also develops a WLC electronic database went different paths after the 2016 version.
grovescenter.org is currently going through changes in their website so they do not have a database there for users, but Tanach.us does.
These two organizations do not deal with the English-Hebrew interlinear version so their WLC has 46 fewer verses since they don’t use the English King James version ordering of verses.
Many of the verses in the original WLC and the English-Hebrew interlinear WLC are identical with identical verse orders, but there are a lot of verses that are not also.
All verses have been personally checked by me so that this database does not suffer from gematria errors, since they come automatically when dealing with the Hebrew text. -<>-
I did only two critical changes to my English-Hebrew interlinear WLC, and that was to swap verse nr 12008 (2 Chro 36:14) with 2 Chro 36:14 on Tanach.us as they are further in the development of their WLC than the version I use. I noticed something strange in that verse, It had a comment in my version but not in the tanach.us version.
Nehmiah 7:68 missed because some versions of the Old Testament miss it due to a scribal error. I replaced it though so the verse is there as it should be.
I also had to remove markings of the Qoph ק & all comments as these things were not in the original texts, but were added by scribes. Including those would mess up the codes and give us wrong total values. -<>-
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