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song_robin
06-24-2006, 12:05 PM
The 07/04/06 BibleWorks "Master List" installer is now available for download.

Details: This latest package includes:


- 20V (Twentieth Century New Testament (1902))
- ABC (Apostles' Bible Complete (2004))
- ACV (A Conservative Version (2005))
- AKJ (American King James Version (1999))
- ALT (Analytical-Literal Translation NT (2000))
- AMP (Amplified Bible, The (1965))
- ASM (Mark In Anglo-Saxon)
- BIB (Bishops' Bible (1568))
- BWE (Bible In Worldwide English NT (1969))
- CEV (Contemporary English Version (1995))
- CLV (Concordant Literal Version NT (1926))
- COM (The Common Edition: New Testament (2002))
- CVB (Coverdale Bible (1535))
- EMP (Emphasized Bible, Rotherham's (1902))
- EMT (English Majority Text Version NT (2003))
- FCT (14th Century English Text)
- GGM (Gospel Of Mark In Gothic)
- GRT (Greek Bible Transliterated 1.1)
- GSN (Goodspeed NT (1923))
- HNV (Hebrew Names Version of WEV)
- HRV (Holy Bible Revised Version (1885))
- ISV (International Standard Version NT (1998))
- J2K (English Jubilee 2000 Bible (2000))
- JTE (Jerusalem Targum English)
- KJR (Restored Name King James Version)
- KLV (Klingon Language Version of WEV)
- LEE (Leeser Translation OT (1853))
- LIT (Literal Translation Of The Holy Bible (2000))
- LVO (Living Oracles NT (1826))
- MAC (Mace NT (1729))
- MAM (Marcion's Apostikon Morphology (Galatians))
- MAT (Marcion's Apostikon (Galatians))
- MKJ (Modern King James Version (1962))
- MSG (Message Bible, The (2002)) - temporarily removed
- MON (Montgomery NT (1924))
- MOF (Moffatt NT (1913))
- MRC (Messianic Renewed Covenant (2003))
- OJB (Orthodox Jewish Brit Chadasha (1996))
- OKE (Targum Onkelos In English By J.W. Etheridge)
- PHP (J.B. Phillips NT (1958))
- RKN (Revised King James NT (2000))
- RNT (Riverside NT (1923))
- TEV (Today's English Version (Good News Bible) (1992))
- TRC (Tyndale-Rogers-Coverdale-Cranmer Bible (1537))
- TYN (Tyndale Bible (1534))
- TYO (Tyndale Original NT (1526))
- UPD (Updated Bible (2006))
- WAS (Worrell NT (1904))
- WEV (World English Bible)
- WNT (Weymouth New Testament (1912))
- WSL (Wesley NT (1755))
- WYC (Wycliffe Bible (1395))

[Other Books]
- ANF (Ante Nicene Fathers)
- APD (Lightfoot's Apostolic Fathers in English)
- BOM (Book Of Mormon)
- BUK (Hadith Al Bukhari)
- CDG (Ecumenical Creeds (German))
- CDL (Ecumenical Creeks (Latin))
- CRE (Ecumenical Creeds (English))
- CRG (Ecumenical Creeks (Greek))
- ENL (Laurence's Epistle Of Enoch)
- GTH (Greek Fragments Of Thomas Transliterated)
- HHG (Homer & Hesiod In Greek)
- HHJ (Homer (Older Editions))
- HHM (Homer & Hesiod Morphology)
- HJM (Homer Morphology For Older Editions)
- LTH (Lambdin's Translation Of The Gospel Of Thomas)
- MUS (Sahih Muslim)
- PAV (Pirke Aboth: Sayings Of The Fathers)
- PCL (Pseudo Clementine Literature)
- PJE (Targum Pseudo-Jonathan In English By Etheridge)
- POT (Pseudepigrapha Of The Old Testament By R.H. Charles)
- PTO (Plato's Works In Greek)
- QUR (Quran (Shakir))
- STH (Scholar's Translation Of The Gospel Of Thomas)
- WES (Wesley's Commentary On The Bible)
- XEN (Xenophon In Greek)
- YPH (Yonge's Translation of Philo)

[Vocabulary Files]
- Learn to Read New Testament Greek Vocabulary Files
- Mounce's BBG2 Vocabulary Files
- New Testament Greek Primer Vocabulary Files, A
- Regular Indicative Verb Paradigm Vocabulary Cards

[Synopsis Files]
- Synoptic Resources
- Synopsis of the Gospels
- Synopsis of Jude & Second Peter
- Synopsis of the OT in the NT
- Synopsis of the NT in the OT
- Synopsis of the Old Testament
- Synopsis of the Apocrypha & the NT
- Synopsis of Matthew & the OT
- Synopsis of the Gospel Of Thomas & The Gospels

[Book Name Files]
- Master List book name file (built upon Mark Eddy's)

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This new download (07/04/06) is available at either of these links:
[removed due to copyright issues]
(http://rapidshare.de/files/25096625/BW.Master.List.Installer.07.04.06.exe.html)
____________________________________________

Downloading: If you are not familiar with free file hosting services, you need to wait about 30-60 seconds before receiving a downloading ticket which will then allow you to click to another page where you can download the actual file for free. You do *not* have to purchase the premium file service to download this file. See posts #3 and #4 of this thread for more details.

Installation: Just open the file and click install. That's it.

File Size: This update is considerably larger than the previous installers. This installer itself is a 95MB download, but once installed, the files will take up approximately 413MB. Please verify that you have enough hard drive space for it.

BibleWorks 6 Users: This installer is configured for BibleWorks 7 users by default and extracts its files to the folder C:\Program Files\BibleWorks 7. For BibleWorks 6 users, you must change the installation directory to C:\Program Files\BibleWorks 6 at the startup prompt.

East Asian Languages: Because of the 100MB upload limit on the file servers, this version of the Master List Installer does *not* include the East Asian Language Bibles (Korean, Chinese, Japanese). However, they may be downloaded in a separate installer here:

http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1647

Other Notes: Also, for the more experienced BibleWorks user, you may also open this file with any Compression Utility out there (WinZip, WinRAR, WinAce, etc.) to extract the ddf/txt/vmf files manually.

Uninstallation: The uninstaller for the (07/04/06) Master List Update Pack may be downloaded at either of these links:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SIE0MSYN

http://rapidshare.de/files/25073899/BW.Master.List.Uninstaller.exe.html

This will remove ALL of the installed resources mentioned in the (07/04/06) Master List.

Thanks,

Robin

[B]P.S. For more information on the compilation & contibutors of the Master List, click here: http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=53
________________________
Robin Song, M.Div
Andrews University Theological Seminary
Berrien Springs, MI

Joan Korte
06-24-2006, 02:51 PM
Robin,
Thanks for doing this. I need help, though. I could only click on the first link you provided and that took me to a page, which I stared at for several minutes (not just 30-60 seconds) and found no way to even access the BibleWorks files. I did see:
Filename: BW7.User.Addons.06.24.06.exe

Do I need to login? I cannot find a "browse" button to click. Or a button to hit to get to see the files themselves, let alone download them. I have dial up; is that problematic? Any further instructions would be appreciated. Thanks, Joan

song_robin
06-24-2006, 04:41 PM
Megaupload instructions: For megaupload, you need to enter a three-character access code near the top-right corner of the page and click on the DOWNLOAD button to the right of it (see attached image below).

After that, you should be taken to a page that will enable you to download the file after about 45 seconds (you should see a timer counting down on this page). When about 10-15 seconds are left on this timer, an annoying orange advertisement will appear out of nowhere, sometimes covering the download button. Just close this advertisement when it appears and then click the button that says "Click here to download".

Sometimes the download page will get messed up and you'll get a page that asks you to enter another three-character code. Keep trying until you get to the page and you'll eventually get the file.

Blessings,

Robin

________________________
Robin Song, M.Div
Andrews University Theological Seminary
Berrien Springs, MI

song_robin
06-24-2006, 04:58 PM
Rapidshare instructions: For rapidshare, click the "Free" button located near the bottom-right corner of the first page.

After that, you should be taken to a page that will enable you to download the file after about 40-45 seconds (you should see a timer counting down on this page). After the timer has counted down, you'll see a colourful box with three characters drawn in it (see attached image below). Type in those three characters into the blank box next to it and then click on the box that says "Download from *location*".

Sometimes the download page will state that you've downloaded too much from rapidshare already and will need to wait 5 to 60 minutes before you can download again. You can either wait it out or use the MegaUpload link.

Blessings,

Robin

________________________
Robin Song, M.Div
Andrews University Theological Seminary
Berrien Springs, MI

song_robin
06-24-2006, 10:28 PM
Here are some images of what the Master List will look like when installed.
This is assuming that you only have the default ENGLISH, GREEK and HEBREW languages installed. If you install the other languages, your list would of course be much larger.

http://img154.imageshack.us/img154/7972/list19kc.th.jpg (http://img154.imageshack.us/my.php?image=list19kc.jpg) http://img45.imageshack.us/img45/7956/list22do.th.jpg (http://img45.imageshack.us/my.php?image=list22do.jpg)

update: These are old images taken on a high-res display setting. The new installer (07/04/06) takes up about 5 screens on a 1024x768 monitor.

song_robin
06-24-2006, 10:39 PM
I figure that most of you won't really be using the East Asian Language pack, so I'm also uploading the Master List (06-24-06) Installer without East Asian Bibles.

Once again, here are the links (updated to 07/06/06):

[removed due to copyright issues]

(http://rapidshare.de/files/25096625/BW.Master.List.Installer.07.04.06.exe.html)

Downloading: If you are not familiar with free file hosting services, you need to wait about 30-60 seconds before receiving a downloading ticket which will then allow you to click to another page where you can download the actual file for free. You do *not* have to purchase the premium file service to download this file.

Installation: Just open the file and click install. That's it.

Other Notes: For the more experienced BibleWorks user, you may also open this file with any Compression Utility out there (WinZip, WinRAR, WinAce, etc.) to extract the ddf/txt/vmf files manually.

Thanks,

Robin

update: 06-26-06 NEW FILE UPLOADED
update: 06-29-06 NEW FILE UPLOADED AVAILABLE AT POST #1
update: 07-04-06 NEW FILE UPLOADED AVAILABLE AT POST #1

Trajan
06-26-2006, 08:16 PM
Rapidshare link actually goes to MegaUpload. You may want to fix that.

song_robin
06-26-2006, 08:53 PM
Sorry about that. Link has been fixed.

Thanks for spotting that Trajan

Robin

song_robin
06-26-2006, 09:56 PM
This is a "original book" installer for those who have installed the older 06/24/06 Master List Installer (not the updated 06/24/06 installer). The following books have been found to be redundant and shouldn't have been in the BibleWorks 7 Master List. These books were subsequently removed to create the updated 06/26/06 Master List.

- MRD (Murdock Peshitta NT Translation (1851))
- PES (Peshitta)
- PHE (Philo, As Translated By Yonge)

I do not know the difference between these books and the "original" BibleWorks 7 versions. These books may be identical, superior or inferior to the versions that come installed with BibleWorks 7. In any case, a download is now available for those who wish to have these 3 books restored to their original BibleWorks 7 versions.

You can download the fix here at either of these links:
[removed due to copyright issues]
This fix will rewrite these 3 books with the original versions that came with BibleWorks 7. Again, this fix is not necessary for those who have downloaded the newer 06/26/06 Master List Installer.

Robin

song_robin
06-26-2006, 11:22 PM
I believe that all good installers should have an exit door.
The uninstaller for the (06/26/06) Master List Update Pack is now available for download.

You can download it at either of these links:
[removed due to copyright issues]
This will permanently remove ALL of the resources mentioned in the (06/26/06) Master List including all of the East Asian Bibles.

Blessings,

Robin

p.s. This update is now available in Post #1
p.p.s (06/29/06) This update has been modified and the 06/29/06 uninstaller files are now available for both BW6 and BW7.

song_robin
06-29-2006, 01:36 PM
I've posted a new update to the Master List: BibleWorks Master List 06/29/06.

12 new Bible Versions included in this one!

Also now available for BibleWorks 6 users as well!

See post #1 to download the whole thing:


http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1648


Blessings,

Robin

update: the new 07-04-06 installer is now available!

song_robin
06-29-2006, 03:15 PM
Just an update on what the complete list looks like when installed:

Takes up 4 screens on a 1024x768 monitor -- and that's without most of the other languages installed!

http://img425.imageshack.us/img425/7611/list15ga.th.jpg (http://img425.imageshack.us/my.php?image=list15ga.jpg) http://img78.imageshack.us/img78/4740/list20wz.th.jpg (http://img78.imageshack.us/my.php?image=list20wz.jpg) http://img79.imageshack.us/img79/6246/list35ak.th.jpg (http://img79.imageshack.us/my.php?image=list35ak.jpg) http://img439.imageshack.us/img439/7493/list42th.th.jpg (http://img439.imageshack.us/my.php?image=list42th.jpg)

update: The new 07/04/06 installer will now give you about 5 screens instead of 4.

Blessings,

Robin

Michael Hanel
06-29-2006, 04:28 PM
I think with your latest update to your installer which included The Message Bible among others you might be a bit overzealous. As I understand it E-Sword does have permission to distribute The Message in its program, but I do not believe you have permission to distribute it publicly. If you use it on your own computer, that's between you and The Message Bible copyright owners, but I think it might be a good idea if you hold off on distributing the Message and any other text that is not in the public domain until you have received specific permission. Unless you know different, I would be hesitant...

Joe Fleener
06-29-2006, 08:04 PM
I think with your latest update to your installer which included The Message Bible among others you might be a bit overzealous. As I understand it E-Sword does have permission to distribute The Message in its program, but I do not believe you have permission to distribute it publicly. If you use it on your own computer, that's between you and The Message Bible copyright owners, but I think it might be a good idea if you hold off on distributing the Message and any other text that is not in the public domain until you have received specific permission. Unless you know different, I would be hesitant...

Yes, Robin -

Michael is correct on this. Your service in creating this installer has been fantastic and much appreciated.

However, we do need to be very careful to honor and respect copyrights. If BibleWorks users violate copyrights then the owners of these products could hold BibleWorks liable which would in the end hurt all of us.

Not to mention it is just wrong. :)

Mark Eddy
06-30-2006, 12:26 PM
I see a couple more problems with your list.
In BW7 the abbreviation CAB is used for the Castilian Bible Version (Spanish). For my own use I have renamed the Complete Apostles' Bible ABC (Apostles' Bible Complete), so that it won't overwrite the CAB that comes with BW7. By the way, I know that you have permission to distribute this translation, even though it is very new (see below).
I have worked out an extensive verse map file for ABC & CEV. I can make them available to everyone who downloaded these versions. But it would be better if I could just send along these verse map files to be included in the download. To whom should I send them?
The Peshitta translations were recently made available directly from BW itself. I doubt if you would want to install your versions over those supplied from BW.
Finally, I would second the caution about using any version less than 70 years old. They are all techinically still under copyright protection. You really should have permission from the publishers of each before you make them available on this list.
In Christ,
Mark Eddy

This is the Complete BibleWorks "Master List" available for download in a self-extracting executable. (This is the 06/29/06 Updated Master List).

This latest package includes:

Books & Resources
ALT (Analytical-Literal Translation NT (2000))
AMP (Amplified Bible, The (1965))
CAB (Complete Apostles' Bible (2004))
CEV (Contemporary English Version (1995))
ETH (Etheridge Peshitta NT Translation (1849))
ISV (International Standard Version NT (1998))
LEW (Lewis Peshitta NT Translation (1896))
LIT (Literal Translation Of The Holy Bible (2000))
MGI (Magiera Peshitta NT Translation (2006))
MKJ (Modern King James Version (1962))
MSG (Message Bible, The (2002))
TEV (Today's English Version (Good News Bible) (1992))
Book Name Files
Mark Eddy's book name file (05/01/2004?)

Robin

P.S. For more information on the compilation & contibutors of the Master List, click here: http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=53
________________________
Robin Song, M.Div
Andrews University Theological Seminary
Berrien Springs, MI

kimuspr
06-30-2006, 04:11 PM
Great!!
You r the best!
Thank you so much for sharing it.
God bless,

song_robin
06-30-2006, 08:25 PM
Thank you all for the suggestions. I'm currently working on the next update.
I will try to implement all of the suggestions in it. Here is what will be changed already:
- remove MSG (Message Bible, The (2002))
- rename CAB (Complete Apostles' Bible) to ABC (Apostles' Bible Complete)
- remove ETH (Etheridge Peshitta NT Translation (1849))
- remove LEW (Lewis Peshitta NT Translation (1896))
- remove MGI (Magiera Peshitta NT Translation (2006))
- remove NOR (Norton Peshitta NT Translation (1851))

Please let me know if this sounds right to everyone. The next update will hopefully have the following bible versions:
- 20T Twentieth Century New Testament
- ACV A Conservative Version
- AKJ American King James Version
- BWE Bible In Worldwide English NT
- COM The Common Edition: New Testament
- EMB Emphasized Bible (Rotherham)
- J2K English Jubilee 2000 Bible
- LIO Living Oracles NT
- MNT Montgomery New Testament
- OJB Orthodox Jewish Brit Chadasha, The
- RKN Revised King James New Testament
- RNK Restored Name King James Version
- TYN William Tyndale Bible (1525/1530)
- WEV World English Bible
- WYC John Wycliffe Bible (1395)
- NCV New Chinese Version (Simplified)
- NC5 New Chinese Version (Traditional)

As for now, I found a few new obstacles in this project that I have not yet been able to overcome; this project may either take off really quickly (like the other 12 Bibles which I was able to convert in one night) or it may take some time to finish. Please pray for me that I can find a way to get these out to you all.

This is really only a little hobby of mine and I am really busy (probably like most of you) with several other ministries that I'm trying to juggle right now.

Blessings to you all!

Robin
p.s. If you can post some feedback on the Bibles I'm working on, I'd appreciate it (e.g. redundant Bibles, redundant abbreviations, etc.)
p.p.s Mark, I would suggest that you post your file(s) for download on the forum here -- that way everyone will be able to get them now and I'll be sure to include it in this next update. Right now, there's no telling how long this update will take. Thanks for everything!

Michael Hanel
07-01-2006, 02:17 PM
p.s. If you can post some feedback on the Bibles I'm working on, I'd appreciate it (e.g. redundant Bibles, redundant abbreviations, etc.)


I know this is more personal preference than anything, but I checked out your files. Instead of lumping all of the Bible versions in the \userdb\ directory, I put them all in subfolders according to their three letter abbreviation. This makes things a little more tidy, esp when numerous files have with them readme.txt files. I would request that you do this at least for the databases I provided because the readme.txt files do include copyright and such information in them that credit other sources for the files.

Also a number of the Bible versions made by myself and others include a ???.bww file which you should have the installer put in the database directory because BW uses it to give Version ID info.

song_robin
07-01-2006, 02:58 PM
I know this is more personal preference than anything, but I checked out your files. Instead of lumping all of the Bible versions in the \userdb\ directory, I put them all in subfolders according to their three letter abbreviation. This makes things a little more tidy, esp when numerous files have with them readme.txt files. I would request that you do this at least for the databases I provided because the readme.txt files do include copyright and such information in them that credit other sources for the files.

Also a number of the Bible versions made by myself and others include a ???.bww file which you should have the installer put in the database directory because BW uses it to give Version ID info.
Got it and will do.

Here's the current list of requested changes:

- remove MSG (Message Bible, The (2002))
- rename CAB (Complete Apostles' Bible) to ABC (Apostles' Bible Complete)
- remove ETH (Etheridge Peshitta NT Translation (1849))
- remove LEW (Lewis Peshitta NT Translation (1896))
- remove MGI (Magiera Peshitta NT Translation (2006))
- remove NOR (Norton Peshitta NT Translation (1851))
- separate userdb files into abbreviated folders
- include all .bww files

Progress report: All of your prayers are very much appreciated. The progress on these next stack of Bibles is looking really good. I'll hopefully have something up for everyone by next week.

Robin

kimuspr
07-01-2006, 06:23 PM
Hi Robin,
When will you add...?

- 20T Twentieth Century New Testament
- ACV A Conservative Version
- AKJ American King James Version
- BWE Bible In Worldwide English NT
- COM The Common Edition: New Testament
- EMB Emphasized Bible (Rotherham)
- J2K English Jubilee 2000 Bible
- LIO Living Oracles NT
- MNT Montgomery New Testament
- OJB Orthodox Jewish Brit Chadasha, The
- RKN Revised King James New Testament
- RNK Restored Name King James Version
- TYN William Tyndale Bible (1525/1530)
- WEV World English Bible
- WYC John Wycliffe Bible (1395)
- NCV New Chinese Version (Simplified)
- NC5 New Chinese Version (Traditional)

I hope you add these soon!!!
God bless,

Haejin from Mexico,

Mark Eddy
07-02-2006, 11:43 PM
I know this is more personal preference than anything, but I checked out your files. Instead of lumping all of the Bible versions in the \userdb\ directory, I put them all in subfolders according to their three letter abbreviation. This makes things a little more tidy, esp when numerous files have with them readme.txt files. I would request that you do this at least for the databases I provided because the readme.txt files do include copyright and such information in them that credit other sources for the files.

Also a number of the Bible versions made by myself and others include a ???.bww file which you should have the installer put in the database directory because BW uses it to give Version ID info.

Actually I prefer the opposite of what Michael suggests in his first paragraph. Whenever I unzip one of his files, I unzip it into the BW7 userdb folder, not into a separate folder. I always have to re-name his readme.txt files, but it's simple to do. The readme for Plato, for example, would be ptoreadme.txt. If Michael would rename his readme.txt files this way, then each new readme.txt wouldn't wipe out a previously-existing readme.txt file. When you unzip all the files into the same userdb folder when you use the BW user database compiler you can see all available .ddf files at a glance, rather than having to open a bunch of separate folders. So, you can't please all of us.
Michael's note about .bww files is well taken.
Mark Eddy

Michael Hanel
07-02-2006, 11:47 PM
Actually I prefer the opposite of what Michael suggests in his first paragraph. Whenever I unzip one of his files, I unzip it into the BW7 userdb folder, not into a separate folder. I always have to re-name his readme.txt files, but it's simple to do. The readme for Plato, for example, would be ptoreadme.txt. If Michael would rename his readme.txt files this way, then each new readme.txt wouldn't wipe out a previously-existing readme.txt file. When you unzip all the files into the same userdb folder when you use the BW user database compiler you can see all available .ddf files at a glance, rather than having to open a bunch of separate folders. So, you can't please all of us.
Michael's note about .bww files is well taken.
Mark Eddy

Either way is fine with me, just put the readme files in there in some form :)

song_robin
07-03-2006, 12:45 AM
I want to thank all of you for your prayers. The progression has been phenomenal here. I now have a new problem. I have so many Bible versions to create 3-letter abbreviations for that I'm starting to feel uncomfortable being the authority on it. I will have no choice, however, if nobody offers any better suggestions to this. So here's what the complete Bible update list is currently looking like (new books are bolded):

[Bibles]
- 20V (Twentieth Century New Testament (1902))
- ABC (Apostles' Bible Complete (2004))
- ACV (A Conservative Version (2005))
- AKJ (American King James Version (1999))
- ALT (Analytical-Literal Translation NT (2000))
- AMP (Amplified Bible, The (1965))
- ASM (Mark In Anglo-Saxon)
- BIB (Bishops' Bible (1568))
- BWE (Bible In Worldwide English NT (1969))
- CEV (Contemporary English Version (1995))
- CLV (Concordant Literal Version NT (1926))
- COM (The Common Edition: New Testament (2002))
- CVB (Coverdale Bible (1535))
- CU5 (Chinese Union Version (Big-5))
- CUV (Chinese Union Verion (GB-Simplified))
- EMP (Emphasized Bible, Rotherham's (1902))
- EMT (English Majority Text Version NT (2003))
- FCT (14th Century English Text)
- GGM (Gospel Of Mark In Gothic)
- GRT (Greek Bible Transliterated 1.1)
- GSN (Goodspeed NT (1923))
- HNV (Hebrew Names Version of WEV)
- HRV (Holy Bible Revised Version (1885))
- ISV (International Standard Version NT (1998))
- J2K (English Jubilee 2000 Bible (2000))
- JKG (Japanese (JapKUG) Bible)
- JSD (Japanese (JapSNKD) Bible)
- JSI (Japanese (JapSNKI) Bible)
- JTE (Jerusalem Targum English)
- KJR (Restored Name King James Version)
- KLV (Klingon Language Version of WEV)
- KOR (Revised Korean Bible (1961))
- LEE (Leeser Translation OT (1853))
- LIT (Literal Translation Of The Holy Bible (2000))
- LVO (Living Oracles NT (1826))
- MAC (Mace NT (1729))
- MAM (Marcion's Apostikon)
- MAT (Marcion's Apostikon)
- MKJ (Modern King James Version (1962))
- MSG (Message Bible, The (2002)) - temporarily removed
- MON (Montgomery NT (1924))
- MOF (Moffatt NT (1913))
- MRC (Messianic Renewed Covenant (2003))
- NC5 (New Chinese Version (Traditional) (1992))
- NCV (New Chinese Version (Simplified) (1992))
- OJB (Orthodox Jewish Brit Chadasha (1996))
- OKE (Targum Onkelos In English By J.W. Etheridge)
- PHP (J.B. Phillips NT (1958))
- RKN (Revised King James NT (2000))
- RNT (Riverside NT (1923))
- TEV (Today's English Version (Good News Bible) (1992))
- TRC (Tyndale-Rogers-Coverdale-Cranmer Bible (1537))
- TYN (Tyndale Bible (1534))
- TYO (Tyndale Original NT (1526))
- UPD (Updated Bible (2006))
- WAS (Worrell NT (1904))
- WEV (World English Bible)
- WNT (Weymouth New Testament (1912))
- WSL (Wesley NT (1755))
- WYC (Wycliffe Bible (1395))

[Other Books]
- ANF (Ante Nicene Fathers)
- APD (Lightfoot's Apostolic Fathers in English)
- BOM (Book Of Mormon)
- BUK (Hadith Al Bukhari)
- CDG (Ecumenical Creeds (German))
- CDL (Ecumenical Creeks (Latin))
- CRE (Ecumenical Creeds (English))
- CRG (Ecumenical Creeks (Greek))
- ENL (Laurence's Epistle Of Enoch)
- GTH (Greek Fragments Of Thomas Transliterated)
- HHG (Homer & Hesiod In Greek)
- HHJ (Homer (Older Editions))
- HHM (Homer & Hesiod Morphology)
- HJM (Homer Morphology For Older Editions)
- LTH (Lambdin's Translation Of The Gospel Of Thomas)
- MUS (Sahih Muslim)
- PAV (Pirke Aboth: Sayings Of The Fathers)
- PCL (Pseudo Clementine Literature)
- PJE (Targum Pseudo-Jonathan In English By Etheridge)
- POT (Pseudepigrapha Of The Old Testament By R.H. Charles)
- PTO (Plato's Works In Greek)
- QUR (Quran (Shakir))
- STH (Scholar's Translation Of The Gospel Of Thomas)
- WES (Wesley's Commentary On The Bible)
- XEN (Xenophon In Greek)
- YPH (Yonge's Translation of Philo)

So I will be posting this entire update on TUESDAY JULY 4, 2006 (Independence Day!) and so you have until then to post your suggested revisions.

Many thanks to all of you!

Robin

song_robin
07-03-2006, 01:55 AM
Either way is fine with me, just put the readme files in there in some form :)

Okay then. If it's alright, I'll keep the files all together in the /userdb folder. I do prefer it that way myself and it would be less work for me in putting it all together.

I'll have to re-download the readme files, but I'll have them there as well.

Thanks,

Robin

andrew short
07-03-2006, 10:08 PM
KJ3 by Jay P Green http://www.sovgracepub.com/bibles/LITV2005.htm

but ask first

song_robin
07-03-2006, 10:54 PM
KJ3 by Jay P Green http://www.sovgracepub.com/bibles/LITV2005.htm

but ask first
They post the text in PDF on the site with a 2-column formatting. This will take considerable time to convert unless I find a more compatible formatting. It won't make it for tomorrow, but I'll see if I can try for a later posting.


By the way, I find the description of it quite amusing:
"...The difference between the KJ3 Bible and all other English versions ever created in the past is this: This is the first time that any version has contained all of God’s words, as He wrote them..."


Robin

Gontroppo
07-05-2006, 10:15 PM
A similar description is used of the ESV and many other bible versions. Only our bible version is the real bible, don't you know?

andrew short
07-06-2006, 12:04 AM
Please email me, I am a NCT believer in cold Canberra. Bibleworks is great for bible research hey! I tried sending a private message but that did not work.

song_robin
07-06-2006, 03:08 AM
Due to a major computer crash at the house, the progress was delayed a bit. Fortunately, everything is now in order and all the updates have been compiled and the files are being packed into the final installer as I type this message. All of the requested changes have been implemented (minus the request for the KJ3 Bible).

Please note that this package now takes up 413MB of space when extracted. Please be aware of this as you download it!

I was planning to create .BWW information files to each of the new books, but I just don't have the time right now. If somebody else would like to take this task upon themselves, please let me know and I can re-upload the installer with these files.

Blessings,

Robin

song_robin
07-06-2006, 04:50 AM
Alright. I've just finished the latest upload (07/04/06) and updated all of my posts.

(See post #1 to download it: http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1648)

Everybody enjoy! I'm going to bed.

Robin

Cameron
07-06-2006, 12:27 PM
Robin,

My Grandfather spent his life helping the Concordant Publishing Concern. Thanks so much for including it for us. I just purchased Bible Works 7 because of this inclusion.

Thanks
Cameron

song_robin
07-06-2006, 12:46 PM
Robin,

My Grandfather spent his life helping the Concordant Publishing Concern. Thanks so much for including it for us. I just purchased Bible Works 7 because of this inclusion.

Thanks
Cameron


No problem. I'm glad I could just help out in any way.

I now realize I only had a version of the Concordant NT to convert from, but if I ever get a old of the Concordant OT, I'll update it as well.

Robin

Cameron
07-06-2006, 02:23 PM
Robin,

I can easily get you a copy of the OT and the New Testament commentary. Can you make commentary modules? Is this a huge undertaking? I don't want to burden you, but that would excite my family greatly to see the Concordant version propagated.

Thanks
Cameron

song_robin
07-06-2006, 05:05 PM
Hi Cameron,

Yes, the best format for me would be either in a plain-text or a Word document (also preferrably in one large document rather than split into separate books). Any other format would require more time (and more effort) for me to convert.

If you send me the files, I'll update the Master List for you. You can upload it to megaupload or rapidshare and post the download link here or if you prefer to contact me privately, you can email it to me.

Also commentary modules shouldn't be a problem -- more or less the same procedure.

By the way, I converted most of these Bible versions from modules for other platforms (e.g. e-sword, sword project, etc.) There's really no telling how reliable they are in terms of accuracy. On a number of occasions, I would find a large number of errors (e.g. verse numbering errors, broken or misplaced text, etc.) throughout a given bible. If you could just briefly scan over a couple of verses throughout the Concordant NT and let me know if it looks more or less right, I would also be grateful.

Robin

Joan Korte
07-06-2006, 05:24 PM
Robin, perhaps this has been addressed so forgive me if I repeat. I have dial up and a 95 meg download is onerous to say the least. Are there any other ways to get access to the databases without using this installer? BTW, you have done alot of work and I am sure many are quite grateful for it all. Even if I can't use the databases, thanks! :)

kimuspr
07-06-2006, 05:37 PM
Hi Robin,
Thank you so much for the update.
Great!!
I have just installed it.
Thanks, thanks, and thanks again.
Blessings to you!

Haejin from Mexico,

song_robin
07-06-2006, 07:36 PM
Robin, perhaps this has been addressed so forgive me if I repeat. I have dial up and a 95 meg download is onerous to say the least. Are there any other ways to get access to the databases without using this installer? BTW, you have done alot of work and I am sure many are quite grateful for it all. Even if I can't use the databases, thanks! :)
The thought had occurred to me as well. The current installer, although 95MB, is already at maximum compression. If I get a chance next week, I can try to provide a "light" version of the installer pack without any of the userdb files (ddf/txt). This will not affect the viewing of the books in any way and will probably reduce the file size by half. In the meantime, you can always do one of the following:

1. use a downloading utility like Flashget (so that even if your dialup gets disconnected, your unfinished download can remain intact).
2. use a hi-speed computer to download the file and then copy it to your computer after

Blessings!

Robin

p.s. You can try using Flashget here: http://down5.flashget.com/fgf172.exe

song_robin
07-06-2006, 07:54 PM
Hi Robin,
Thank you so much for the update.
Great!!
I have just installed it.
Thanks, thanks, and thanks again.
Blessings to you!

Haejin from Mexico,

Hi Haejin,

No problem, I'm glad I could be of help!

Robin

Joan Korte
07-07-2006, 10:48 AM
Hi Robin,

In regards to the following:

"If I get a chance next week, I can try to provide a "light" version of the installer pack without any of the userdb files (ddf/txt). This will not affect the viewing of the books in any way and will probably reduce the file size by half. In the meantime, you can always do one of the following:

1. use a downloading utility like Flashget (so that even if your dialup gets disconnected, your unfinished download can remain intact).
2. use a hi-speed computer to download the file and then copy it to your computer after"

Please don't do this on just my account. I know of the download utilities and if I needed the larger file, I would find a way. But, this gave me pause to reflect on how I use BibleWorks relative to other software packages. I think because of the way BibleWorks is set up--external links to other programs and files within those programs--that I will continue to just link to programs like e-sword which may contain other Bible versions. I like having the support outside the confines of BibleWorks itself; that may sound strange. But, I don't really want long menus where I have to search for acronyms for certain versions. My personal preference. And for someone like me, "more" is not necessarily better. A year from now--who knows how things may change.
Thanks, Robin

song_robin
07-08-2006, 04:07 PM
Please don't do this on just my account. I know of the download utilities and if I needed the larger file, I would find a way. But, this gave me pause to reflect on how I use BibleWorks relative to other software packages.

Hi Joan,

No problem. I may have to eventually go that direction anyways. I think I may have found another pool of Bibles that can be added on. In that case, I'd have no choice but to split the entire lot into 2 downloads -- one for the installed bibles, and one for the ddf/txt files (for advanced users).

Robin

song_robin
07-12-2006, 04:11 AM
The CROY Vocabulary File is now available for download. It will be added to the Master list later on.
[removed due to copyright issues]
Robin

song_robin
07-12-2006, 04:16 AM
The Zikarown Say'fer Bible is now also available for download. It will be added to the Master list later on.
[removed due to copyright issues]
Robin

song_robin
07-15-2006, 02:24 AM
The Sagradas Escrituras Spanish Bible is now available for download. It will be added to the Master list later on.
[removed due to copyright issues]
Robin

kimuspr
07-15-2006, 12:27 PM
Thank you so much Robin for the SEV.
Take care!!

Haejin,

song_robin
07-15-2006, 08:25 PM
The New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures (1961) Bible is now available for download. It will be added to the Master list later on.
[removed due to copyright issues]
Robin

Note: Due to copyright issues, please download at your own discretion.

song_robin
07-16-2006, 01:01 AM
The Today's New International Version (2005) Bible is now available for download. It will be added to the Master list later on.
[removed due to copyright issues]
Robin

Note: Due to copyright issues, please download at your own discretion.

jdarlack
07-16-2006, 02:44 AM
Whoa! Posting the TNIV and the New World Translation are both very big violations of copyright unless you have been given express permission from the WatchTower and from Zondervan/United Bible Societies.

Michael Hanel
07-16-2006, 07:52 AM
Jim is right. These are big copyright no-no's. Don't abuse the version database compiler, by distributing these files. If you're unsure about copyright laws, check out this link (http://www.gutenberg.org/howto/copyright-howto).


The "basic" assumption is this: if a work is published before 1923. it's probably in the public domain. IF it is after 1923, it probably is NOT, unless the owner has specifically said it is in public domain.

The Version Database Compiler is an awesome feature, but if it is used to support distributing copyright protected files, you can end up getting BibleWorks in trouble, so please, please read up on copyright rules before distributing these files!!

Joe Fleener
07-16-2006, 07:59 AM
Whoa! Posting the TNIV and the New World Translation are both very big violations of copyright unless you have been given express permission from the WatchTower and from Zondervan/United Bible Societies.

We have been down this road before, even on this same thread (or one of the other 10-20 threads started as a result of this "tool.")

All versions published after 1923 which you do not have permission from the author/publisher to include NEED to be removed.

This is a violation of copyright law and a stain on the integrity of the BibleWorks community.

I would encourage everyone do not download these files until we are certain these versions have been removed.

This is a great tool, I am grateful for your work, but we must be "above reproach."

song_robin
07-16-2006, 10:31 AM
Hi everyone,

The work that I am offering is a favor to the Christian world -- I only ask that you try to see the big picture with me and try to understand why I am doing what I do. It has been over a month since The Message Bible was taken down (not by request of the copyright owner) and still no one has helped me contact the copyright owner for their permission.

Believe it or not, I am not making any money whatsoever on this -- in fact, it's costing me. I have already tried looking up some of these contacts myself with little success. If you are concerned with copyright issues and would really like to help me and this cause, please help me contact the copyright owners and ask for their permission for their excellent contribution to help thousands (if not millions) of Christians worldwide and be a part of the best scholarly Bible tool in the world. And if you happen to be a copyright owner/representative, let me begin by stating that I am trying to help you bring your version of the Bible to the pastors, to the pulpit and to the people.

Until then, I will choose to keep the links available until I hear from the copyright owners themselves (or their representatives) to take them down.

I understand that sometimes we have to risk our own necks in order to help others. I would hardly think that this would be a first in Christian History that the law was bent in order to bring the Word of God to the people. Incidentally, if the BibleWorks administrators need to delete my account on basis of policy violation, etc., you have my full permission to do so. It has been a blessing for me to be able to help you all but my ministry and my family are calling me and we are in the middle of moving back up to Canada. I will continue to upload for the rest of today and then I will unfortunately no longer be uploading to the BibleWorks forum for a while until we are all settled in.

Blessings to all of you,

Robin

p.s. For those who would like to help, please do not post names of publishers, links to websites, etc. In the very least, I would appreciate a contact email address to which a formal request letter may be sent. However, if you would *really* like to help me by sending such a request letter yourself on my behalf, you have my full permission and blessing to do so.

song_robin
07-16-2006, 10:41 AM
The The Message Bible (2002) Bible is now available for download. It will be added to the Master list later on.
[removed due to copyright issues]
Robin

Note: Due to copyright issues, download at your own discretion.

song_robin
07-16-2006, 10:50 AM
The A.P. Ross Intro To Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary File is now available for download. It will be added to the Master list later on.
[removed due to copyright issues]
Robin

song_robin
07-16-2006, 03:07 PM
The Spanish Valera New Testament (1862) Bible is now available for download. It will be added to the Master list later on.
[removed due to copyright issues]
Robin

jdarlack
07-16-2006, 03:17 PM
Dear Robin, I sincerely appreciate your zeal for making the Word of God available to the world! I cannot help but think, however, that your zeal has clouded your judgment.
The work that I am offering is a favor to the Christian world -- I only ask that you try to see the big picture with me and try to understand why I am doing what I do. It has been over a month since The Message Bible was taken down (not by request of the copyright owner) and still no one has helped me contact the copyright owner for their permission.Actually the "big picture" is that the BibleWorks community needs to be above reproach with copyright laws. We have a responsibility first of all to those who are not Christians to exemplify integrity in all we do (assuming that the majority of BW users are in fact Christians). Second we have an obligation to the publishers who own these texts to not rob them. Would it be a part of the "big picture" to rob a Christian book store of all their Bibles for the sake of distributing them to others? This case is no different. By distributing these files without either permission or payment for use, you are in essence stealing the Bibles.
Believe it or not, I am not making any money whatsoever on this -- in fact, it's costing me. I have already tried looking up some of these contacts myself with little success.The issue is not profit. While you are not making profit from these texts, you are in essence removing profit from those who own the rights to these texts. This is very similar to the whole Napster controversy. In that case, folks were making copyright protected songs available to the public for free. This cost the record industry and the artists a great deal of revenue, and they were able to sue and win. I don't think that you would like to be put in the same shoes, nor would you like BibleWorks to be placed in the same shoes. The fact that these are biblical texts does not change the issue at all. In fact the very text you are distributing would warn against it, as even Paul - the apostle/missionary par excellence - stated that even ministers deserved compensation for the work that they did. By distributing these texts without license, you are in effect robbing those responsible for the translation. Now I know that these translations are often "owned" by large publishing houses and organizations that are concerned with profit. The plethora of "study Bibles" catering to every small segment of Western society seems to arise from a publisher's desire to put new and flashy marketable Bibles in the hands of bookstores for the sake of their own profit. This still does not justify breaking the law to distribute the texts. The bottom line here is that no matter how well intentioned or noble your intentions, if you are not able to get permission, then you should not distribute the text at all.
If you are concerned with copyright issues and would really like to help me and this cause, please help me contact the copyright owners and ask for their permission for their excellent contribution to help thousands (if not millions) of Christians worldwide and be a part of the best scholarly Bible tool in the world. And if you happen to be a copyright owner/representative, let me begin by stating that I am trying to help you bring your version of the Bible to the pastors, to the pulpit and to the people.Again, I appreciate your zeal here. I too want to see BibleWorks grow into the best most comprehensive Bible software available. I have written several publishers in the past for permission to distribute texts. Typically it has been successful - especially when I have come to them FIRST before distributing the text. It can easily be seen as pretentious to present a text to the public first and then ask for permission to distribute. Perhaps you could withdraw the texts that you have made available, post a list of potential texts that you would like to make available and encourage BW users to seek permission. Then these BW users can go and say to the publisher, "Hey, we'd love to use your text, but we can't and we won't without your permission." I think a little humility and "decorum" would go a long way here. I very strongly suggest that you take the files down in the meantime, at the very least remove the links from the forum. I also concur with Joe Fleener's advice to BibleWorks users to NOT download the texts that are in copyright. Instead take your strong desire for the particular text you want and funnel it into either requesting the text for the BibleWorks base package OR into contacting the publishers for expressed permission to distribute the text.

May I suggest that everyone interested in compiling Version Databases for BibleWorks familiarize themselves with the statement that BibleWorks produced on the Version Database Compiler (especially the highlighted paragraph):
BibleWorks Version Database Compiler
Version 7.0.005

Please read the following carefully before using the BibleWorks Versions Database Compiler (VDC). The VDC is a tool that is intended to facilitate the work of missionaries and translators who wish to compile their translations and use them in BibleWorks.
Databases compiled with the VDC may be freely distributed to other BibleWorks users as long as no price is charged for the database and as long as the compiled database is not distributed as part of a collection for which a price is charged. Before distributing any databases that you compile you must insure that you have the right under copyright law to distribute the database. In all cases you should include with the database a statement of the copyright status of the database and a copy of this document. The document is in a file called compiler.rtf in your BibleWorks databases directory. This is to protect both you and BibleWorks. Please obey the copyright laws.Databases compiled, or intended for compilation, with the VDC may not be sold without the express written permission of BibleWorks, LLC. If you would like to apply for a distribution license please contact BibleWorks, LLC at sales@bibleworks.com. The purpose of this licensing requirement is not to inhibit the distribution of compiled databases, but rather to encourage cooperation between BibleWorks and the distributors of such databases. Potential distributors of new databases should be aware that the format of these databases is proprietary to BibleWorks, and can be changed at any time. The same is true of the format of the underlying text from which the compiled version is generated. It is important that database developers and distributors remain in contact with us so that we can minimize the effect of database format and compiler changes on their customers. We will make every effort to insure that licensed databases remain compatible with future releases of BibleWorks. No such guarantees can be made for unlicensed databases. Users should also keep in mind that we cannot provide support for third party databases which were distributed, either in compiled or raw form, without a distribution license. We can provide some support for databases from licensed sources but the nature of the support will depend on the licensing arrangement.

Neither your reseller nor BibleWorks, LLC shall be liable for any consequential, incidental, special, exemplary or other direct or indirect damages arising from use, results of use, or the inability to use the databases compiled with the VDC. Some states do not allow the limitation or exclusion of liability for incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.

The exclusive extent of your remedies in equity and at law (and the sole liabilities of your reseller and BibleWorks, LLC) are: (a) replacement of a copy of the BibleWorks software, databases and documentation; or (b) refund of the license fee; either (a) or (b) of the foregoing being at the option and in the sole discretion of BibleWorks, LLC.

BibleWorks. LLC
11/12/05Cordially, and with the integrity of BibleWorks and BibleWorks users in mind,

song_robin
07-16-2006, 03:45 PM
Dear Robin, I sincerely appreciate your zeal for making the Word of God available to the world! I cannot help but think, however, that your zeal has clouded your judgment.Actually the "big picture" is that the BibleWorks community needs to be above reproach with copyright laws.

Your concern is much appreciated! However, I still need to hear it from the copyright owners themselves.

I don't think that this can be comparable to Napster, because I believe that their primary concern is not to make money on their Bibles, but rather to provide the world with a translation that can bless the people.

I believe that they will agree that what I am doing is only helping them to accomplish that.

If the forum administrators are concerned with my actions, you have my full approval in removing all of the links or deleting my account. However, I will stand with my decision.

Robin

Michael Hanel
07-16-2006, 03:51 PM
Your concern is much appreciated! However, I still need to hear it from the copyright owners themselves.




TNIV for instance is owned by Zondervan. Please view this page on their website : http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en-US/Company/Policy/Rights/Index.htm?QueryStringSite=Zondervan

If you wish to use their material there is a website to ask for permission: http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en-US/Company/Policy/Rights/PermissionApplication.htm?QueryStringSite=Zonderva n

More specifically on TNIV: http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en-US/Company/Policy/Rights/NIV.htm?QueryStringSite=Zondervan

If this company requires permission for using more than 500 verses of one of their versions do you really think they would agree to you distributing the entire version? It seems apparent that you are intent on your action, I only hope others do the right thing.

MTan
07-17-2006, 10:54 AM
Hi Robin-

Much of what you're doing is very helpful for our users. I thank you for your selfless labor and enthusiasm. The user community is greatly helped by some of your efforts.

I'm disappointed to see that you have decided to post versions that clearly violate copyright laws. Though we believe that the Bible should be freely distributed, we also believe that we must obey the Bible when it says "be subject to rulers, to authorities, to be obedient..." (Titus 3:1) and "Let every soul be in subjection to the higher powers: for there is no power but of God; and the powers that be are ordained of God." (Rom 13:1).

For this reason I'm asking you to remove the links to the versions that are in clear violation of copyright law (TNIV, The Message, Watchtower, etc.). If the links to these versions are not off the forum by the end of the day, I will be forced to delete your posts myself.

I hope you will be able to see how the above passages must direct our behavior. If you can obtain permission from the copyright holders, I will be happy to have you post the links again.

Michael

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TNIV:
http://www.tniv.info/bible/termsofuse.php
3. Permitted noncommercial uses.
a) Individuals: You are permitted to reproduce the TNIV® Text solely for personal, non-commercial use, as described in this limited revocable license Agreement. For these uses, the TNIV® Text may be quoted in written format, up to and inclusive of 50 verses, without express written permission from IBS, provided the verses quoted do not amount to a complete book of the Bible nor do the verses quoted account for five percent (5%) or more of the total text of the work in which they are quoted. This limited license may be revoked and/or modified at any time by IBS in its sole and absolute discretion.

b) Churches and non-profit educational institutions: You are permitted to reproduce the TNIV® Text solely for personal, non-commercial use, as described in this limited revocable license Agreement. For these uses, the TNIV® Text may be quoted in written format, up to and inclusive of 500 verses, without express written permission from IBS, provided the verses quoted do not amount to a complete book of the Bible nor do the verses quoted account for twenty-five percent (25%) or more of the total text of the work in which they are quoted. This limited license may be revoked and/or modified at any time by IBS in its sole and absolute discretion.

The Message:
http://www.biblegateway.com/versions/?action=getVersionInfo&vid=65#copy
Copyright Information

The Message text 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, NavPress Publishing Group, providing the verses quoted do not amount to a complete book of the Bible and do not account for 25% or more of the total text of the work in which they are quoted.

Notice of copyright must appear as follows on either the title page or the copyright page of the work in which The Message is quoted: "Scripture taken from The Message. Copyright � 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002. Used by permission of NavPress Publishing Group."

When quotations from The Message text are used in nonsaleable media, such as church bulletins, orders of service, posters, transparencies, or similar media, a complete copyright notice is not required, but "The Message" must appear at the end of each quotation.

Permission requests for commercial and noncommercial use that exceed the above guidelines must be directed to and approved in writing by NavPress Publishing Group, Permissions, P.O. Box 35001, Colorado Springs, Co 80935. (http://www.messagebible.com )

New World Translation:
http://www.watchtower.org/copyright.htm
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