Posted 29 April 2007 - 11:56 AM
This has to do with how the Psalm superscriptions are handled. Psalm 8, like many (but not all) Psalms has a superscription naming it as a Davidic psalm, and providing instructions for the director of music. When a Psalm has a superscription, the BHS and the LXX consider the superscription to be verse 1. Most (print) English translations put these superscriptions in italics at the head of the Psalm, but do not assign them a verse number. (One exception to this is the New American Bible, which treats the superscription as verse 1, although in my print edition it is formatted in italics).
In Accordance, if a text does not assign a verse number to a superscription, Accordance assigns it the verse number 0. You can see this in your screen shot. If you look up a specific verse (e.g. psalm 8:4,) Accordance pulls up the correct corresponding verses, even though the verse numbers are different. (e.g. Psalm 8:4 KJVS is paired with Psalm 8:5 BHS)
Note that there are some errors in the verse matching of the NET in the last few chapters of Isaiah. Helen knows about it, and it will be fixed in the next revision of the NET.
Hope this helps,
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