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7/20/2014 » 7/25/2014
Yale Publishing Course - Leadership Strategies in Book Publishing

7/29/2014
More or Less Ethical: A PSP primer on what is, what isn't, & what to do

9/11/2014
Fall Policy Exchange: Critical Issues in Standards, Alignment & Privacy

10/20/2014 » 10/21/2014
PUBu 2014

10/22/2014
Master Class: The Realities of ROI in a World of Edtech and Social Media

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As Bible publishers, we are each responsible to market and sell our respective translations. In doing so, we expect to promote the strengths and advantages of our own translation(s), and sometimes it is helpful to compare our translation(s) with others. But we recognize that there are certain parameters outside of which it is inappropriate for us to operate. Accordingly, we, the undersigned, voluntarily accept the following statement of Bible marketing ethics:

In all aspects of our Bible advertising and marketing, we will strive to be truthful in the statements we make and respectful in how we make them. Statistics or other numerical data in Bible advertising will show attribution to the source. When making distinctions about our respective Bible translations and products, we will not make derogatory statements about any particular philosophy of Bible translation, impugn the motives of Bible translation teams, or maliciously discredit any specific Bible translation, scholar, or publisher. Instead, in all our discussions about differences, we will speak the truth in love, try to do what is honorable before the Lord, and treat each other as we would want to be treated.

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