Compilation Matrix

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The Bible teaches that there can be only one correct family of compilation matrixes (Greek-Hebrew text collections [groups {plural} of compilations]) of all of the ancient manuscripts of the Bible and this is the King James Bible family of compilation matrixes of all of the ancient manuscripts of the Bible.

Every translation of the Bible is based on a compilation matrix, not a compilation. A compilation is a Greek-Hebrew text. A compilation matrix is a collection of compilations. The King James Bible and the IAV (International Authorized Version) are based on a compilation matrix, not a compilation. The compilations we provide on our website our only a part of the compilation matrix upon which the King James Bible and the IAV (International Authorized Version) are based.

So, what is the compilation matrix and how do we know it is God’s compilation matrix?

The compilation matrix for the 1611 King James Bible consists of: (1) largely, the Masoretic text (Hebrew source), (2) in a minor way, the Septuagint (Greek source), (3) largely, the Textus Receptus (Stephanus [Greek source]), (4) in a minor way, the Latin Vulgate (Latin source), and (5) other sources (Hebrew, Greek, etc.).  Also, we note, in passing, that the original-languages Old Testament was written a bit in Aramaic.

How do we know what is God’s compilation matrix? There are two ways to know. The first is extremely complex and would take years to explain. The second is extremely simple and it is that we now have direct verification of the Hebrew and Greek manuscripts through digigraphic technology, which uses the principles of the Bible itself (digigraph principles).  We note, in passing, that 1% of 1% of 1% of the digigraph principles are identical to the principles of Tischendorf, Nestle-Aland, and all other linguistic scholars put together.

Now, why haven’t we gotten rid of the compilation matrix and why don’t we have only a compilation today? Principally, because of our movement from the multilingual compilation matrix of the 1611 King James Bible to the seemingly infinitely lingual compilation matrix we have today.

Finally, remember, that the compilations we provide on our website are not the compilation matrix and, therefore, do not have final authority.  However, they are reliable compilations.  We will be publishing the compilation matrix as soon as possible.  Incidentally, the compilation matrix will look like a compilation, though it is technically different from a compilation.

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The compilation matrix will be found at Ironwrit.

 

Compilations

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The Bible teaches that there can be only one correct family of compilations (Greek-Hebrew texts [group {singular} of compilations]) of all of the ancient manuscripts of the Bible and this is the King James Bible family of compilations of all of the ancient manuscripts of the Bible. The difference(s) between the compilations is alphabetic and neither orthographic (relating to spelling) nor semantic (relating to meaning); for example, here is the name of God in two different Hebrew alphabets:

Hebrew Alphabets

Changing the alphabet did not change the meaning. Changing the alphabet did not change God’s message. Changing the alphabet aided understanding.

The following are Greek and Hebrew texts based on all of the ancient manuscripts:

View in your browser: Greek New Testament with Bisconti Numbers
Download Greek New Testament with Bisconti Numbers (4.1 MB)

View in your browser: Hebrew Old Testament with Bisconti Numbers
Download Hebrew Old Testament with Bisconti Numbers (9.3 MB)