Talk:Word Analysis of Bible

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The Greek word Χάος does not exist in the New Testament manuscripts at all. A few translations have chaos in the Old Testament. For example Isaiah 24:10 has chaos in the NLT, NASB, and RSV. The Hebrew word is תהו or tohuw (strong's number h8414) which is the same word used in Genesis 1:2 as 'formless'. I'm not sure what you are trying to accomplish by saying 'chaos' doesn't exist in the Bible or what word (Greek or Hebrew) means chaos and where you expect to find it. --JohnnyS 19:48, 2 September 2009 (EDT)

A suggestion

I think that this should be linked in to the Conservative Bible Project template so that it can be easily accessed from the individual book pages. Thank you --SamF 16:02, 19 January 2010 (EST)

False and/or irrelevant information

The most common word is the Bible is not God or Lord or Jesus, but the. [1]

Also, why is it relevant that all those words are missing? Probability and economics are recent inventions, and I doubt the writers would have known about them