In THM , pp 4775, the author introduces a study of the topic FISH in the text of the New Testament. This is apparently the first Theomatic topic that the author claims to have discovered, one perhaps deemed to have some historic or sentimental value. We thought it good to include results from the RobinsonPierpont Majority Text for this topic. There are 327 factors that have a better hit pvalue than the author's claimed factor of 153 when considering all 521 possible phrases of 4 words or less (here) in the New Testament containing a reference to FISH, FISHING, or NET. Of these 327, 119 have a better clustering pvalue than the author's factor. Of these 119, 23 have a better WLA for hits. These 23 factors are:
The summary table reports all factors which surpass the author's Theomatic factor 153 in every relevant category, listed in descending order of hit significance P_{H}. F is the factor, followed by its hits (H), pvalues pertaining to the hits (P_{H}), the WLA of the hits (WLA_{H}), the pvalue for clustering (P_{C}), and O, the average number of Theomatic tests needed before seeing results comparable to this factor based on the distribution of the maximum order statistic (MOS). The author's factor has odds of 1 in 3. The factor with the highest O value is factor 295, with a value of 3.04 from 16 hits and clustering of 7:8:1, but did not make the above list due to a poor WLA. Evidently, this context contains no significant Theomatic factors. It appears that this particular topic can truly be ignored from a statistical point of view. No Theomatic significance is apparent the way that Theomatics is currently defined.
