The word theophoric is not in the Bible, but the principle of people and places bearing the name of God is very common. Good to hear that you read the Bible, the KJV is a decent translation, but one that contains mistakes as every other translation.
I believe what the Karaite Jew Nehemia Gordon teaches on the pronunciation and meaning of the Name as did the translators of the KJV, but I don't consider this question of first importance. I also believe that the covenant with Israel is perpetual as it is written.
Your question isn't intrusive at all, I read and study the Bible, but I do not know what you mean by the Torah mistaken for a Bible since every Bible translation contains the five books of Moses. The false prophet of Islam claimed that this Law, along with books of the Prophets, the Psalms and the Gospels have been corrupted, which is a blasphemous and an evidently false claim with no evidence.
The Bible contains many things said about future false prophets, false teachings and coming wars and tribulations, especially in the Middle East.
The Bible is going to have it’s occasionally mishaps and translation error. It had been changed, re-written, translated in multiple languages and has parabolic speech throughout the entire written scriptures of course it is not going to be perfect. You will just need to work with what you have at the moment and I find the King James Version to be the best out of the worst from the revisions of the Bible. To mention, there has been verses removed from the Bible too throughout the ages. Which I do agree, it is blasphemous according to scripture to change the word of God around. However, even though this be the case that is where you would need to put an effort to go and collect information that follow up with the scriptures to put the missing puzzle pieces together.
Now, I have solely read the KJV and occasionally a few different revisions but hadn’t taken a peak through the Torah (which why I assumed it was only apart of Islamic religion, which they do possess a Torah. I just found out that there two types of Torah’s. The Islamic one and the Judaism Based Torah).