Note: King James Pure Bible Search does not use the Strong's Numbers nor
Hebrew/Greek Morphology. For some of the reasons why, I refer you to the book:
”, by G.A. Riplinger.
It's a good treatise on the secret dangers behind Strong's Numbers and
Hebrew/Greek Morphology materials.
This source of the King James Bible was extensively compared against other
independent sources, such as the Pure Cambridge Edition, and with the 1611
The version of the module used in King James Pure Bible Search Version 3 is the
latest 2.6.1 (2014-02-15). King James Pure Bible Search Version 2 used version
2.5 (2013-10-05). King James Pure Bible Search Version 1 used 2.3 (2006-10-09).
In fact, a number of King James Pure Bible Search users reported some issues
that were submitted to The SWORD Project team and have been fixed. You can
track those in the
Webster's 1828 English Dictionary (Unabridged)
A number of sources were checked for the Webster's 1828 Dictionary. It was
found in varying formats with varying states of completeness and/or correctness.
Online, you will find a lot of dictionaries labeled “Webster's 1828”, but most of
them are actually the 1913 edition instead. So you have to look closely. Of all of
the sources analyzed, the best source found thus far, and the one used in King
Here's at excerpt of their title page:
Noah Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language,
published in 1828, has enjoyed a renewed interest in American
homeschooling and Bible study. The first edition of Webster's
dictionary is perhaps the only general dictionary that can also
be called a Christian one.
Webster believed that language is a creation of God, and that
education is "useless without the Bible."
The 1828 Dictionary is unique in that it consistently references
Scripture where applicable and favors Biblical explanations of
concepts over secular.
For example, in Webster's definition of sin, the first line
SIN, n. 1. The voluntary departure of a moral agent from a known
rule of rectitude or duty, prescribed by God; any voluntary
transgression of the divine law, or violation of a divine