[b-greek] A question about original text copyrights

From: Marilyn Phemister (mphemister@kscable.com)
Date: Wed Feb 21 2001 - 16:04:08 EST

Hi People,

Some of you know I've been working on audio files for the Greek New
Testament and making them available on the Internet. I've been using the
Nestle Aland 26th edition text for this. I can't imagine the Greek text
itself having any copyrights, but I thought I ought to check this out
before I go too far with my project.

Does anyone know if I need permission to do this, and if so, where would I
go for that permission? There are so many Bible societies listed in my
printed Greek New Testament that I really don't know who owns what.

Any feedback on this would be appreciated.


Marilyn Phemister

Marilyn Phemister, Larned, KS
Greek New Testament audio files:

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