Asked Questions (FAQ's)
a Primary Question?
Every discussion begins with a question. The first question of a discussion
is the Primary question. So the result of showing all Primary questions,
is the unique list of initial (or primary) questions that were asked
by users of the Study Bible Forum.
the "FORUMS - POSTINGS POSTED TO THE LOCKMAN
When you make a posting to the Forum, and you are the original creator
of the Posting content, you are the copyright holder of that content.
You are agreeing to grant permission , through the "license"
in the posting any way we want, without charge, forever. You, as the
copyright holder, are still able to do anything you want with your
original content because the "license" you are granting
is non-exclusive. Once a Posting has been made to the Forum, it is
un-editable and non-removable.
AND LIMITATIONS ON USE" applies to other users of the forum and
not to the copyright holder of the original posting. Postings, licensed
we may grant.
to include a quote from another work in my posting. Can I do that?
If you are not the original creator of the content of your posting,
you must not violate the rights of the copyright holder by making
your posting without the permission of the copyright holder. You must
follow the instructions for quoting material as provided by the copyright
holder. You must usually cite the title, author, publisher name, and
I include my own copyright notice?
If your posting consists of information you have previously published
or made available to the public, you should cite the title or source
of your previous work. Also include your copyright notice from that
previous work. If your original Posting was not previously published,
you may still include your own copyright notice by adding your name
as the copyright holder with the current year. For example, Copyright
2001 by Your Name (www.your web site.com).
the maximum question/note/answer length?
edit or delete a posting?
may not be edited or deleted. Carefully review and edit your
posting before submitting and please do not include any personal
information you do not intend to be public forever.