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Aleppo Codex (Hebrew, 10th century): Public domain.

American Bible Union (1866): Public domain.

American Standard Version (1900): Public domain.

Berean Interlinear and Berean Literal Bibles (2018): Print Use: The BLB text may be quoted in any form (written, visual, audio, or electronic) up to two thousand (2000) verses without written permission of the publisher. Also without requirement of written permission, you are free to make up to 200 copies of any portion of this text, or the full text itself, for personal use or free distribution in a church, ministry, or missions setting.

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Bible in Basic English (1965): Printed in 1965 by Cambridge Press in England. Published without any copyright notice and distributed in America, this work fell immediately and irretrievably into the public domain in the United States according to the UCC convention of that time.

Bishops’ Bible (1568): Public domain.

Brenton LXX (1851): Public domain.

Christian Standard Bible (2017): Christian Standard Bible® Copyright© 2017 by Holman Bible Publishers.

Christian Standard Bible® and CSB® are federally registered trademarks of Holman Bible Publishers. Used by permission.

The text of the Christian Standard Bible may be quoted in any form (written, visual, electronic, or audio) up to and inclusive of one thousand (1,000) verses without the written permission of the publisher, provided that the verses quoted do not account for more than fifty percent (50%) of the work in which they are quoted, and provided that a complete book of the Bible is not quoted. Requests for permission are to be directed to and approved in writing by Holman Bible Publishers, One LifeWay Plaza, Nashville, Tennessee 37234.

When the Christian Standard Bible is quoted, one of the following credit lines must appear on the copyright page or title page of the work:

Scripture quotations marked CSB are been taken from the Christian Standard Bible®, Copyright © 2017 by Holman Bible Publishers. Used by permission. Christian Standard Bible•, and CSB® are federally registered trademarks of Holman Bible Publishers.

Unless otherwise noted, all Scripture quotations are taken from the Christian Standard Bible® Copyright © 2017 by Holman Bible Publishers. Used by permission. Christian Standard Bible®, and CSB® are federally registered trademarks of Holman Bible Publishers.

Concordant Version (1983 & 2014): The content on concordant.org is representative of many years of work by those closely involved with Concordant Publishing Concern (CPC). It is available to computer and mobile device users all over the world, but we guard it carefully as the ministry God has given to us. Therefore, items available on our website are available for personal use only. Distribution of materials either in electronic form or printed form is strictly prohibited without prior permission. Permission granted to inWORD in December 2017.

Coverdale Bible (1535): Public domain.

Darby Bible (1890): Public domain.

Douay Rheims (1899): Public domain.

Emphatic Diaglott (1864): Public domain.

English Standard Version (2016): The ESV® Bible (The Holy Bible, English Standard Version®) copyright© 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. ESV Text Edition: 2016. The ESV® text has been reproduced in cooperation with and by permission of Good News Publishers. Unauthorized reproduction of this publication is prohibited. All rights reserved.

The ESV® Bible (The Holy Bible, English Standard Version®) is adapted from the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. All rights reserved.

The ESV text may be quoted in written, visual, or electronic form up to and inclusive of five hundred (500) consecutive verses without express written permission of the publisher, provided that the verses quoted do not amount to more than one-half of any one book of the Bible or its equivalent measured in bytes and provided that the verses quoted do not account for twenty-five percent (25%) or more of the total text of the work in which they are quoted.

The ESV text may be quoted for audio use (audio cassettes, CD’s, audio television) up to five hundred (500) verses without express written permission of the publisher, provided that the verses quoted do not amount to more than one-half of any one book of the Bible or its equivalent measured in bytes and provided that the verses quoted do not account for twenty-five percent (25%) or more of the total text of the work in which they are quoted.

Notice of copyright must appear as follows on the title page or copyright page of printed works quoting from the ESV, or in a corresponding location when the ESV is quoted in other media:

“Scripture quotations are from the ESV® Bible (The Holy Bible, English Standard Version®), copyright© 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.”

When more than one translation is quoted in printed works or another media, the foregoing notice of copyright should begin as follows:

“Unless Otherwise indicated, all Scriptures are from … [etc.]”, or,

“Scripture quotations marked ESV are from … [etc.].”

The “ESV” and “English Standard Version” are registered trademarks of Good News Publishers. Use of either trademark beyond the use described in this Permission Notice requires the permission of Good News Publishers.

When quotations from the ESV text are used in non-saleable media, such as church bulletins, orders of services, posters, transparencies, or similar media, a complete copyright notice is not required, but the initials (ESV) must appear at the end of a quotation.

Publication of any commentary or other Biblical reference work produced for commercial sale that uses the English Standard Version must include written permission for the use of the ESV text.

Permission requests that exceed the above guidelines must be directed to: Good News Publishers, Attn: Bible Rights, 1300 Crescent Street, Wheaton, Ill. 60187.

Permission requests for use within the UK and EU that exceed the above guidelines must be directed to: HarperCollins Religious, 77-85 Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith, London, W6 8JB, England.

Etheridge NT from Peschito Ancient Syriac (1849): Public domain.

Geneva Bible (1587): Public domain.

Great Bible (1540): Public domain.

Green’s Literal Translation (1985): The Literal Translation text may be quoted and/or reprinted up to and inclusive of one thousand verses (1,000) without express written consent of the copyright holder, providing the verses quoted do not constitute a complete book of the Bible, nor account for as much as 50% of the total work in which they are quoted. Notice of copyright must appear on the title or copyright page of the work as follows:

“Scripture taken from the Literal Translation of the Holy Bible
Copyright © 1976 - 2000
By Jay P. Green, Sr.
Used by permission of the copyright holder.”

When quotations from the LITV are used in media not for sale, such as church bulletins, orders of service, posters, transparencies, or similar media, the initials LITV may be used at the end of each quotation. Quotations and/or reprints in excess of one thousand (1,000) verses, or other permission requests must be directed to and approved in writing by Jay P. Green, Sr. through a request directed to the publisher.

Jewish Publication Society of America Version (1917): The text to the JPS version has been transcribed by Larry Nelson, who maintains a copyright only for his transcription (c) 1995-1998. Permission has been granted by Mr. Nelson to make this work available within inWORD.

For more details contact: Larry Nelson, P.O. Box 1681, Cathedral City, CA 92234, USA, NelsonLarry@Juno.com

Jonathan Mitchell NT (2014): Used with permission.

King James (Authorized) Version (2008 Oxford):  The Authorized Version is in the public domain in most of the world. However, in the United Kingdom, the right to print, publish and distribute it is a Royal prerogative and the Crown licenses publishers to reproduce it under letters patent. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland the letters patent are held by the Queen’s Printer, and in Scotland by the Scottish Bible Board. The office of Queen’s Printer has been associated with the right to reproduce the Bible for centuries, the earliest known reference coming in 1577. In the 18th century all surviving interests in the monopoly were bought out by John Baskett. The Baskett rights descended through a number of printers and, in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the Queen’s Printer is now Cambridge University Press, who inherited the right when they took over the firm of Eyre & Spottiswoode in 1990.

Other royal charters of similar antiquity grant Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press the right to produce the Authorized Version independently of the Queen’s Printer. In Scotland the Authorized Version is published by Collins under licence from the Scottish Bible Board. The terms of the letters patent prohibit any other than the holders, or those authorized by the holders, from printing, publishing or importing the Authorized Version into the United Kingdom. The protection that the Authorized Version, and also the Book of Common Prayer, enjoy is the last remnant of the time when the Crown held a monopoly over all printing and publishing in the United Kingdom. Almost all provisions granting copyright in perpetuity were abolished by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, but because the Authorized Version is protected by royal prerogative rather than copyright, it will remain protected, as specified in CDPA s171(1)(b).[j]

Cambridge University Press permits the reproduction of at most 500 verses for “liturgical and non-commercial educational use” if their prescribed acknowledgement is included, the quoted verses do not exceed 25% of the publication quoting them and do not include a complete Bible book. For use beyond this, the Press is willing to consider permission requested on a case-by-case basis and in 2011 a spokesman said the Press generally does not charge a fee but tries to ensure that a reputable source text is used.

Lamsa Peshitta Translation (1957): Uncertain status. George Lamsa (author) died in 1975.

Leeser Bible (1858): The text to The Leeser Bible has been transcribed by Larry Nelson, who maintains a copyright only for his transcription (c) 2002. Permission has been granted by Mr. Nelson to make this work available within inWORD.

For more details contact: Larry Nelson, P.O. Box 1681, Cathedral City, CA 92234, USA, NelsonLarry@Juno.com

Lexham English Bible (2012): You can give away the Lexham English Bible, but you can’t sell it on its own. If the LEB comprises less than 25% of the content of a larger work, you can sell it as part of that work. If you give away the LEB for use with a commercial product, or sell a work containing more than 1,000 verses from the LEB, you must annually report the number of units sold, distributed, and/or downloaded.

You must always attribute quotations of the LEB.

If you quote less than 100 verses of the LEB in a single work you can attribute it by simply adding (LEB) after the quotation. Longer quotations, or use of 100 or more verses in a single work, must be accompanied by the following statement:

Scripture quotations marked (LEB) are from the Lexham English Bible. Copyright 2012 Logos Bible Software. Lexham is a registered trademark of Logos Bible Software.

In electronic use, link “LEB” and “Lexham English Bible” to http://www.lexhamenglishbible.com, and “Logos Bible Software” to http://www.logos.com. If all quotations are unmarked and from the LEB, you may remove “marked (LEB) are” from the statement.

In support of non-English Bible translation, non-profit organizations may use 50% as the maximum portion the LEB may comprise of a work offered for sale. (This specifically allows the creation and commercial sale of diglot Bibles.)

Lexham is a registered trademark of Logos Bible Software. You may use LEB or Lexham English Bible to refer to the Lexham English Bible, but may not use the Lexham trademark as any part of the name of a larger work quoting or containing it.

Q. Can a for-profit company that sells Bible software distribute the LEB?

A. Yes. The LEB can be made available as an add-on module, e-book, or even distributed with purchased software, provided the LEB is no more than 25% of the content available for the software, and the distributor annually reports to Logos Bible Software the number of units distributed and/or downloaded. These reports may be sent to copyright@lexhampress.com.

Q. Can I record a dramatic reading of the LEB and sell it?

A. No. You can record and distribute the LEB in audio form for free, but would need specific permission in order to sell the audio recording, since the LEB would comprise nearly all the content of your audio recording.

Q. Can I quote the LEB in a book or course or video I am selling?

A. Yes, as long as the LEB comprises no more than 25% of the content of the book, course or video, and you annually report the number of units you sell.

Q. Can I write a commentary on the LEB?

A. Yes. It can even contain the entire Lexham English Bible. You may not use the Lexham trademark in the name of your commentary (you may not call it the Lexham Bible Commentary, for example), but you can (and must) attribute the LEB as explained in the license.

Q. Can I put the LEB on a web site that takes advertising?

A. Yes, if the LEB is not more than 25% of the substantive content of your site, and if you attribute it (with links) as required by the license.

Q. Can I use the LEB icon or logo?

A. Yes, but only in reference to the Lexham English Bible, with attribution as required by the license.

Q. What’s the spirit of the LEB license?

A. Attribute the LEB when you quote or use it, don’t make money selling it on its own without getting permission, and if you do sell something that quotes a large portion (1,000 verses or more), or give the LEB away in support of a commercial product, we want to know how many copies were distributed each year.

Q. Can I print the LEB and sell it at cost?

A. We’re working on a print edition, which we will be announcing more about soon. For now, you can print excerpts to give away (or even a whole biblical book for that matter), but you may not print it and sell it.

Q. Can I print the LEB and give it away?

A. Yes.

Q: Who can I contact for more information?

A. Contact customerservice@logos.com.

LXX Septuaginta (1935 Alfred Rahlfs): Public domain.

Matthew Bible (1549): Public domain.

Moffatt New Translation NT (1913): Public domain.

New American Bible (1991): No permission is required for use of less than 5,000 words of the NAB in print, sound, or electronic formats (for web usage, see below) provided that such use comprises less than 40% of a single book of the Bible and less than 40% of the proposed work.

Permission must be requested for use of more than 5,000 words from the NAB (or when the use comprises more than 40% of a single book of the Bible or more than 40% of the proposed work).

A copy of the manuscript pages that contain Scripture selections should be sent to:

Associate Director, Permissions
CCD
3211 Fourth Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017-1194

The Scripture citations should be highlighted and the reference citations must be clearly marked. The following information should be included: title, publisher, publisher address, publisher contact name, proposed publication date, print run, list price, length of work.

Manuscripts may be accepted electronically with prior authorization.

Permission is no longer granted to reproduce the 1970 New Testament (apart from in the Liturgy of the Hours).

All quotations must be verbatim from the text, including capitalization and punctuation. The poetic structure of some passages and books written in verse (for example, Psalms, Wisdom, Isaiah, etc.) must be preserved in verse as printed.

The appropriate copyright acknowledgment must be given:

Scripture texts in this work are taken from the New American Bible, revised edition © 2010, 1991, 1986, 1970 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington, D.C. and are used by permission of the copyright owner. All Rights Reserved. No part of the New American Bible may be reproduced in any form without permission in writing from the copyright owner.

If you have any questions regarding use of the New American Bible, revised edition, please contact the Associate Director at 202-541-3098, or by postal mail at:

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3211 Fourth Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017-1194

Web and other digital Media Usage: No permission or fee is needed to display the daily readings on an RSS feed only on a website which does not condition access by users on the users giving anything of value to the website operator. E-books and digital applications for sale or for free distribution require a license and a royalty payment or permissions fee. To obtain a license, please contact the Associate Director at 202-541-3098, or by postal mail at

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3211 Fourth Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017-1194

Permission may not be granted to podcast the complete NAB (or complete books of the NAB) or the daily or Sunday readings or Permission may not be granted for display or projection of the readings (on screens, walls, etc.) during liturgical services.

New American Standard Bible (1995): Below is the general information for the: NASB, Trademarks, & Permission to Quote the NASB®.

The text of the New American Standard Bible® may be quoted and/or reprinted up to and inclusive of one thousand (1,000) verses without express written permission of The Lockman Foundation, providing the verses do not amount to a complete book of the Bible nor do the verses quoted account for more than 50% of the total work in which they are quoted.

Notice of copyright as shown below must appear on the title or copyright page of the work:

“Scripture quotations taken from the New American Standard Bible® (NASB),
Copyright © 1960, 1962, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1995 by The Lockman Foundation. Used by permission. www.Lockman.org”

When quotations are primarily from the NASB text on an Internet Web page (scripture quotations not from the NASB must be identified), instead of the full copyright notice on the title page, this notice must be placed somewhere on the Web page containing the quotations:

“Scripture quotations taken from the NASB. Copyright by The Lockman Foundation”

(This notice or a portion must be a click enabled Web link to www.lockman.org.)

When quotations from the NASB® text are used in not-for-sale media, such as church bulletins, orders of service, posters, or similar media, the abbreviation (NASB®) may be used after the quotation. On a Web page, the abbreviation must be a click enabled Web link to www.lockman.org.

When quotations from the NASB® text are used in audio recordings or streaming media, The statement, “Scripture quotations taken from the NASB (New American Standard Bible) Copyright by The Lockman Foundation” must be included in the audio file. On a Web page, if the audio is available for download for offline listening, there must be a click enabled Web link to www.lockman.org along with this statement.

For artwork, the credit line may be on a tag on the back, on the packaging, or wherever convenient. It does not have to be put on the artwork itself.

One complete copy of the work using the quotations from the NASB®, if published for sale, must be sent to The Lockman Foundation within 30 days following the publication of the work.

This permission to quote is limited to material which is wholly manufactured in compliance with the provisions of the copyright laws of the United States of America and all applicable international conventions and treaties.

New Century Version (2005): If your use of Scripture does not fall within the Gratis Use Guidelines listed below, written permission is required and you will need to submit a formal request. If you need written permission, please download the HarperCollins Christian Permission Request Form and email it to HCCPpermissions@harpercollins.com.

Gratis Use Guidelines: (If your use is in compliance with all of the guidelines listed below, you do not require written permission; if your use does not fall within ALL guidelines listed below, you will need to submit a request for written permission)

Scripture from any of the Thomas Nelson translations may be quoted in any form (written, visual, electronic, or audio) up to five hundred (500) verses or less without written permission, as long as the Scripture does not make up more than 25% of the total text in the work and the Scripture is not being quoted in commentary or another Biblical reference work. If an entire book of the Bible is being reproduced, regardless of verse count, written permission is required.

Not covered by Gratis Use: (1) Scripture on a product in which the verse stands alone such as artwork, notecards, crafts, novelty products, jewelry. (2) Use of charts, maps, illustrations, footnotes, study notes, reference material, and the like. (3) Use of scripture in lyrics and musical compositions. (4) For use of an entire book of the Bible or the full Bible translation, please contact the licensing department.

Copyright Notices:

Scripture taken from the New Century Version®. Copyright © 2005 by Thomas Nelson. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

New English Translation (2007): If you quote the NET Bible in your entire work in lieu of saying NET© after each scripture you may include the following acknowledgement on your acknowledgement page:

“Scripture quoted by permission. All scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicated, are taken from the NET Bible® copyright ©1996-2017 by Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. All rights reserved.”

Within copyright statements or in discussion about the NET Bible, the following is preferred:

Scripture quoted by permission. Quotations designated (NET©) are from the NET Bible® copyright ©1996-2017 by Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. http://netbible.com All rights reserved.

The names: THE NET BIBLE®, NEW ENGLISH TRANSLATION COPYRIGHT (c) 1996 BY BIBLICAL STUDIES PRESS, L.L.C. NET Bible® IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK THE NET BIBLE® LOGO, SERVICE MARK COPYRIGHT (c) 1997 BY BIBLICAL STUDIES PRESS, L.L.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SATELLITE IMAGERY COPYRIGHT (c) RØHR PRODUCTIONS LTD. AND CENTRE NATIONAL D'ÉTUDES SPATIALES PHOTOGRAPHS COPYRIGHT (c) RØHR PRODUCTIONS LTD.

The NET Bible® is not a shareware program or public domain document and may not be duplicated without permission, however:

The NET Bible® verse text and the NET Bible® notes, hereafter called NET Bible®, is available on the Internet at http://netbible.org. You may copy the NET Bible® and print it for others as long as you give it away, do not charge for it and comply with our guidelines for content control including current valid copyright and organizational acknowledgments. In this case, free means free. It cannot be bundled with anything sold, used as a gift to solicit donations, nor can you charge for shipping, handling, or anything. It is provided for personal study or for use in preparation of sermons, Sunday school classes, undergraduate or seminary religion classes or other noncommercial study. This release is also available to organizations like the Gideons, who may distribute millions of copies of the NET Bible® text without royalty. This release does not apply to media other than paper.

The NET Bible® verse text (no Notes) can be used by anyone and integrated into your non-commercial project or publication upon condition of proper Biblical Studies Press copyright and organizational acknowledgments as shown in item 2a. below. However, for the full NET Bible® verse text and NET Bible® notes, you cannot change the format of the NET Bible® data file(s) or integrate it into or bundle it with any other software e.g. display program or bible study tool without expressed permission. For distribution of the full NET Bible® in any form other than paper, e.g. electronic, CD, DVD, you must obtain written permission and comply with our guidelines for content control and include current copyright and organizational acknowledgments. (Note para 1.,1a and 2 below grants permission when quoting the NET© Bible in non commercial and commercial publications. If you have questions feel free to email us as we have a streamlined email process to reply rapidly.)

You may quote the NET BIBLE® verse text in:

1. Non Commercial Publication — The NET BIBLE® verses (without the NET Bible notes) may be quoted in any form (written, visual, electronic, projection or audio without written permission.This permission is contingent upon an appropriate copyright acknowledgment. An appropriate copyright acknowledgment is shown in item 2a. below (for audio podcasts, streaming, etc. include the acknowledgment as an audio insert).

1. There has been a lot of interest in producing audio recordings of the NET Bible for local ministry user. Therefore a local ministry eg. Church is granted unlimited non-commercial rights to use the NET Bible text to make audio recordings. You can produce audio recordings of partial or complete books of the Bible (WORK) for free distribution on email and/or CD within the congregation, and as free MP3 downloads made available on the church website and the personal blogs of members of the church to be of benefit to the church at large. This permission is contingent upon an appropriate copyright acknowledgment on the distribution copy (website or CD) and you need to include an audio insert at the end of each recording in addition we require that you grant us permission to use your WORK and any promotional material that you use for the WORK.

2. Commercial Publication — The NET BIBLE® verses may be quoted in any form (written, visual, electronic, projection or audio) without written permission, providing the verses quoted do not amount to a complete book of the Bible, do not comprise 50% or more of the total text of the work in which they are quoted, and the verses are not being quoted in a commentary or other biblical reference work. If you want permission to use the Net Bible® text without limitations we require an email exchange with our permissions director so he can maintain a log of all entities that have unlimited rights to quote the NET Bible® text. This permission is contingent upon an appropriate copyright acknowledgment. An appropriate copyright acknowledgment printed on the CD or on the text document is shown below:

For permissions expressly not granted above inquire by e-mail permissions or write Biblical Studies Press.

2a. Scripture and/or notes quoted by permission. Quotations designated (NET©) are from the NET Bible® copyright ©1996-2017 by Biblical Studies Press, L.L.C. All rights reserved.

New King James Version (1982): The Holy Bible, New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. All rights reserved.

The text of the New King James Version® (NKJV®) may be quoted or reprinted without prior written permission with the following qualifications:

(1) Up to and including 1,000 verses may be quoted in printed form as long as the verses quoted amount to less than 50% of a complete book of the Bible and make up less than 50% of the total work in which they are quoted; (2) all NKJV quotations must conform accurately to the NKJV text.

Any use of the NKJV text must include a proper acknowledgment as follows:

“Scripture taken from the New King James Version. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.”

However, when quotations from the NKJV text are used in church bulletins, orders of service, Sunday School lessons, church newsletters and similar works in the course of religious instruction or services at a place of worship or other religious assembly, the following notice may be used at the end of each quotation: “NKJV.”

New Living Translation (2015): Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. All rights reserved.

The text of the Holy Bible, New Living Translation may be quoted in any form (written, visual, electronic, or audio) up to and inclusive of five hundred (500) verses without express written permission of the publisher, provided that the verses quoted do not account for more than 25 percent of the work in which they are quoted, and provided that a complete book of the Bible is not quoted.

When the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, is quoted, one of the following credit lines must appear on the copyright page or title page of the work:

Scripture quotations marked NLT are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved.

Scripture quotations are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved.

Unless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved.

When quotations of the NLT text are used in nonsalable media, such as church bulletins, orders of service, newsletters, transparencies, or similar media, a complete copyright notice is not required, but the initials NLT must appear at the end of each quotation.

Quotations in excess of five hundred (500) verses or 25 percent of the work, or other permission requests, must be approved in writing by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Send requests by e-mail to: permission@tyndale.com or call 630-668-8300, ext. 8817.

Publication of any commentary or other Bible reference work produced for commercial sale that uses the New Living Translation requires written permission for use of the NLT text.

TYNDALE, New Living Translation, NLT, and the New Living Translation logo are registered trademarks of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

New World Translation (1961): Undetermined.

Noyes Translation (1869): The text to George R. Noyes Translation (1869) has been transcribed by Larry Nelson, who maintains a copyright only for his transcription (c) 2000. Permission has been granted by Mr. Nelson to make his work available within inWORD.

For more details contact: Larry Nelson, P.O. Box 1681, Cathedral City, CA 92234, USA, NelsonLarry@Juno.com

Phillips New Testament in Modern English (1972): Author J. B. Phillips died in 1982. Current copyright status unknown.

Revised English Version (2019): Unpublished copyright policy.

Revised Standard Version (1962 & 1971): Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright 1952 [2nd edition, 1971] by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

The Revised Standard Version Bible may be quoted and/or reprinted up to and inclusive of five hundred (500) verses without express written permission of the publisher, provided the verses quoted do not amount to a complete book of the Bible or account for fifty percent (50%) of the total work in which they are quoted.

Revised Version (1895): Public domain.

Rotherham’s Emphasized Bible (1902): Public domain.

Tischendorf’s Eighth Edition GNT (1869): Public domain.

Tyndale Bible (1534): Public domain.

Vulgate Clementine (1592): Public domain.

Webster (1833): Public domain.

Weymouth New Testament (1903): Public domain.

Wycliffe’s Bible (1395): Public domain.

Young’s Literal Translation (1898): Public domain.