"What is the center verse in my particular translation of the Bible?" The answer to this question depends on how many verses constitute the body of your Bible. Generally, in English printings of the common Protestant canon either the middle verse ranges from Ps. 102:18 (e.g., NEB) to Ps. 103:2 (e.g., NASB Update) or the center falls between two verses (e.g., in the KJV and NKJV Gen. 1:1 through Ps. 103:1 constitutes the first 15,551 verses and Ps. 103:2 through Rev. 22:21 the latter).
However, all such calculated midpoints in our English Bible are practically meaningless. For not only is the current verse division in the NT extrinsic to the autographs6 but also virtually no English printing of the common Protestant canon follows either the book order or verse division of the Tanakh, namely the Masoretic (the traditional Hebrew) text.7 "Knowing the history of our current verse divisions should prevent us from engaging in creative biblical mathematics, claiming divine meaning behind current verse numbers."