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  • Submitted: Aug 12 2013 10:15 AM
  • Last Updated: Feb 02 2021 02:42 PM
  • File Size: 3.41MB
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  • Downloads: 2,763
  • Author: Ivan Panin
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
  • Tab Name: NumNT

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Download Panin, Ivan - The Numeric New Testament 0.0

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New Testament

Author:
Ivan Panin

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Tab Name:
NumNT

SHORT EXPLANATION OF NUMERICS

By David Eells

What is so important about the Numeric New Testament? The perfect, divine inspiration of the original scriptures are scientifically obtainable through NUMERICS.Let me tell you a little about the awesome story. Ivan Panin was exiled from Russia because he was involved in a plot against the Czar and came to the United States. He became a Harvard Scholar, professor, and mathematician, who once tutored Albert Einstein. His training, devotion to Christ and the Scriptures wellequipped him for his future work. Here he found his life’s work in scientifically proving the divine inspiration of Scriptures. For fifty years, Dr. Panin devoted twelve to eighteen hours a day to this work.The basis for his revelation, which he called NUMERICS, was the ancient Hebrew Old Testament and Greek New Testament scriptures. The Hebrews and Greeks used their letters also for their numbers. In other words, the whole Bible was actually written in numbers also.What Dr. Panin discovered was that when he used the numbers, the 66 books of the Bible showed a pattern of numbers and divisibility that no other writings had. He diligently researched other Hebrew and Greek writings and found no pattern. This included the apocryphal books added in the Catholic and early Protestant Bibles, including the original King James Version before its many revisions.I have read Dr. Panin’s works for many years, and I am totally impressed that God ordained him to bring us back to the original text.

What's New in Version 0.0 (See full changelog)

  • added bblx file


This is excellent!, would it be possible to get a version of this for MySword please?

Greek manuscripts that matched the numeric patterns Ivan Panin found in the Greek text were assumed to be accurate copies of the original autographs.  Ivan Panin created his Greek text in 1914 which he then translated into English.  Each revision of the Nestle-Aland text seems to be closer and closer to Panin's.  His English NT done in 1914 is very very close to the ESV done in 2001!  New England Bible Sales has just published a book, (1) The Testimony of Mathametics in Scripture, How Mathematics Proves Holy Scripture which gives a biographical sketch of Panin and goes into his findings.  Also available from same source is (2) Panin's Greek & English Parallel New Testament and also (3) a printed Numerical English New Testament with all notes, paragraphs, subparagraphs, definite article, emphatic words, etc. carefully carried forward.  

May YAH bless you for sharing this wonderful resource! Thank you!

Adware is in this file. Watch out. DO NOT DOWNLOAD.

Adware is in this file. Watch out. DO NOT DOWNLOAD.

 

5 years over 2k dl"s could it be you got a false positive 

I ran the url through VirusTotal and it Looks clean to me.

I run as executable but does not show up in e-sword 12.2.

I run as executable but does not show up in e-sword 12.2.

 

for some reason the exe gives people issues 

 

I uploaded the raw bblx file

Panin, Ivan - The Numeric New Testament 0.0 last updated by DSaw Feb 02, 2021.
There are two files, one which downloads NumNT.exe This is a self-extracting Setup for NumNT. This opens a self-running application called SETUP MAIN HEADLINE, which asks "Select Destination Location" with the explanation "Where should NumNT be installed?" Setup will install NumNT into the following folder. To continue, click Next. If you would like to select a different folder, click Browse. The default folder is "C:\Program Files (x86)\e-Sword"
Created using e-Sword Tooltip Tool NT (T4). The options are [<Back], [Next>], and [Cancel]." 
 
When I select "Next", then a new screen tells me "Ready to Install." Setup is now ready to begin installing NumNT on your computer. Click Install to continue with the installation, or click Back if you want to review or change any settings. The Destination location is "C:\Program Files (x86)\e-Sword" 
Created using e-Sword Tooltip Tool NT (T4).
Select the button "Install". 
This runs okay.
Another popup appears. "Completing the NumNT Setup Wizard." Setup has finished installing NumNT on your computer. Click Finish to exit setup. Button [Finish]. 
Select the button "Finish".
 
NOTE: This installs NumNT.BBLX in C:\Program Files (x86)\e-Sword Please note that the filetype is created with capital letters. The e-Sword version 12.2.0 is able to load this NumNT.BBLX file okay, it can be listed, and seems to run okay. The file name loaded is seen in the Options, Resource Options, Bibles page, with the relevant filename when you hover the pointer over the relevant Name of the Resource
 
 
The second file downloads as NumNT.BBLX However, when left-clicking on this file, in the download folder on the PC, the e-Sword Module Installer version 0.6 from Bible Support gets called from This PC > Windows (C:) > C:\Program Files\e-Sword Module Installer\moduleinstaller.exe and looks at the file and immediately seems to suffer indigestion, because it does not like the capital letters in the filetype, and goes into the corner and just sits there and sulks. If the filename "NumNT.BBLX" is changed to "NumNT.bblx", then the Module Installer will get over its bad mood, and when I click on the file again, it will respond, will be able to find the file, and will copy it to C:\Program Files (x86)\e-Sword folder as NumNT.bblx The e-Sword version 12.2.0 is able to load this NumNT.bblx file okay, it can be listed, and seems to run okay. The file name loaded is seen in the Options, Resource Options, Bibles page, with the relevant filenam when you hover the pointer over the relevant Name of the Resource. 
 
Suggestion to the BIBLESUPPORT.COM programmers: please create your download files with the filetype after the period with lower case letters, so that the BIBLESUPPORT e-Sword Module Installer will be able to respond with a better mood, because it dislikes the filetypes in CAPITAL letters. 
NOTE: The e-Sword Module Installer does copy a file into the C:\Users\user\Documents\e-Sword folder, as requested.
NOTE: e-Sword will read both files with filetypes made with all-capital-letters, and files with filetypes made with all-small-letters. 
Report by Olaf Bacon 2021-02-08

Is this the same as the Numeric Englisg New Testament found available to download from E-sword?

Thanks


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