Talk:Inspired Version of the Bible
If the work was first published in 1867, its copyright has expired in all jurisdictions I'm aware of, so how can the Community of Christ hold a copyright that doesn't exist? --Delirium 05:17, Dec 21, 2003 (UTC)
I would assume that they, like the LDS church, re-register the copyright over time. The LDS church still claims a copyright on the Book of Mormon, even though the original text has long fallen into the public domain. A good question, it should be further researched.
I really hate it when this happens, I searched for an article on this subject prior to writing the article, to no avail. However, I've now found [Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible]] that has most of the same information. This page should probably be made into a forward page, and any new ideas here edited into that document. Sorry. I really did look hard before beginning the effort.