Sorry, no idea. I haven't tried. (Most likely it doesn't exist.)
Loading your file into postgres wasn't hard, I just tried it.
YMMV, of course, especially when you don't have postgresql installed yet.
In case it helps, here is a quick-'n-dirty load into a (postgres!) table, of your file.
drop table if exists $t ;
create table if not exists $t (
recordnum serial PRIMARY KEY
, book int
, chapter int
, verse int
, text text
" | psql -X
< $file perl -ne 'chomp;
my @arr = split(/[,]/, $_, 4);
print join("\t", @arr), "\n";
' | psql -c "
copy $t(book, chapter, verse, text)
from stdin (format csv, header false, delimiter E'\t');
Output from that is:
Timing is on.
Time: 326.648 ms
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