Biblical footnotes

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Dennis Audet | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Feb 5 2015 11:42 AM

This is a question about footnotes and not so much about Logos.

I looked in the Wiki and I couldn't find an answer to my Question.

I am using the 1873 Cambridge Paragraph version of the Authorized Version of the Bible.

I am using the tool Copy Bible Verses and pasting to a Word 2013 document.

Using the Style Fully Formatted With Footnotes, the Passage copied is as follows -

Galatians 3:15–17 (AV 1873)

15 Brethren, I speak eafter the manner of men; Though it be but a man’s ||fcovenant, yet if it be gconfirmed, no man hdisannulleth, or added thereto. 16 Now hhto Abraham and his seed were ithe promises made. He saith not, And to seeds, as of many; but jas of one, kAnd to thy seed, which is Christ. 17 And this I say, that the covenant, that was confirmed before of God in Christ, the law, lwhich was four hundred and thirty years after, cannot mdisannul, that it should nomake the promise of none effect.

e  See Rom. 3. 5. ||  Or, testament. Matt. 26. 28. Mark 14. 24. Luke 22. 20. 1 Cor. 11. 25. 2 Cor. 3. 6, 14. ver. 17 (Gk.). ch. 4. 24. marg. Heb. 7. 22. & 9. 15–17, 20. & 12. 24 marg. & 13. 20 marg. Rev. 11. 19. f  See Rom. 9. 4. g  2 Cor. 2. 8. h  ch. 2. 21 (Gk.). See Mark 7. 9. hh  So ver. 8. Luke 1. 55. Rom. 4. 16. i  See Acts 13. 32. j  See Matt. 1. 1. k  Cited from Gen. 13. 15. & 17. 8. & 22. 18. So ver. 19. l  Gen. 12. 1–3. & 15. 13. Ex. 12. 40, 41. Acts 7. 6. m  See Matt. 15. 6. n  ch. 5. 4, 11. See 1 Cor. 13. 8. o  Rom. 4. 14. Comp. Heb. 6. 12.   The Cambridge Paragraph Bible: of the Authorized English Version. (1873). (Ga 3:15–17). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

I did a preview of this post and I see that the footnotes are displayed continuously on one line in paragraph form. I do not know how to prevent that from happening when I post. Any clues?

Looking at the footnote hh, I do not understand what "So ver. 8" means. I imagine it may have something to do with verse 8 of chapter 3? Can anyone help me understand this footnote notation. I do not own a print version of this Bible and I could not find an explanation in the Logos version.

I notice the same notation in footnote k.

Also, in footnote ||  I see > Or, testament. Matt. 26. 28. Mark 14. 24. Luke 22. 20. 1 Cor. 11. 25. 2 Cor. 3. 6, 14. ver. 17 (Gk.). ch. 4. 24. marg. Heb. 7. 22. & 9. 15–17, 20. & 12. 24 marg. & 13. 20 marg. Rev. 11. 19.

the notation "marg." Does this mean margin or something? What do I do with that?

Assistance is appreciated. But, please, only reply if you know the answer. I am not interested in guesses.

Thanks for your kind consideration.

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Dennis Audet:

Also, in footnote ||  I see > Or, testament. Matt. 26. 28. Mark 14. 24. Luke 22. 20. 1 Cor. 11. 25. 2 Cor. 3. 6, 14. ver. 17 (Gk.). ch. 4. 24. marg. Heb. 7. 22. & 9. 15–17, 20. & 12. 24 marg. & 13. 20 marg. Rev. 11. 19.

the notation "marg." Does this mean margin or something? What do I do with that?

The notation "ch 4. 24. marg" means "see the alternative reading, which is set in the margin, at Gal 4:24". This marginal reading is indicated by (and contained in) the double line footnote (||) in Gal 4:24.

For (a lot) more on the marginal notes, see logosres:av1873;ref=Page.p_xxiv;off=2664

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