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What is the Hebrew text and the Greek Interlinear in E-sword?

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#1 JordanKurecki


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Posted 20 August 2018 - 04:51 PM

Hello, hopefully, someone can help me,


I am wanting to know what specific Hebrew text is found in the download menu for E-sword? It's the one that says Tanakh and it has Strongs Numbers.


Also, does anyone know what the Greek text is behind the Interlinear that has Strongs numbers? 


I am committed to the Hebrew Masoretic Text (which I believe is the Daniel Bomberg edition), and the TR put out by Trinitarian Bible Society.



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Posted 21 August 2018 - 12:21 AM

The old HOT and HOT+ were the closed Hebrew text compared with the Bloomberg edition.
But the Bloodberg edition use a pointed text and parashot(paragraphs and semi-paragraphs), and Ketiv and Qere.

The Hebrew OT and Hebrew OT+ have trouble with verses in Psalms that have titles.

The Hebrew Study Bible use pointed text and parashot(paragraphs and semi-paragraphs), and Ketiv and Qere but is based on the Westminster Leningrad Codex.
(So I should use HOT+ and the Hebrew Study Bible editions).

The TRa and TRi are based on reprints of the Stefanus Textus Receptus 1550. (Ignoring the movable Nu grammar rule in the e-Sword version).
But the KJV is closer to the Scrivener Textus Receptus 1894.

In the Restored Textus Receptus is there an apparatus with a list of differences between Stefanus Textus Receptus 1550 and Scrivener Textus Receptus 1894 and I made a translation of the differences. So you can use this list as a reference.

The TR put out by Trinitarian Bible Society is copyrighted while it is a cheap reprint of the Scrivener Textus Receptus 1894 that is Public Domain.
The worst of all is that the verse numbering is added after it in the margins: so you need to fix the verse numbering if you want to make an e-text of it and need permission from Trinitarian Bible Society (and Tyndale House that now supports the Tyndale House Greek New Testament: that is far of a TR source).

Restored Holy Bible 10 and the Restored Textus Receptus


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