Jon.Bosak at eng.Sun.COM
Tue Nov 18 01:37:37 GMT 1997
| >I moved a copy over into a directory where you can get it:
| >Perhaps someone can mirror a copy down in your part of the world.
| Thanks for Murray Altheim for his reply ...
| For those interested, the ot.xml file is now also online at:
I released that file into the world a long time ago, so I have no
legal claim over it, but as a courtesy I would appreciate it if people
would keep the set together. I went to the trouble of marking up the
Old Testament, the New Testament, the Book of Mormon, and the Quran
because I did not wish to be associated with a project that preferred
the scriptures of any particular religion over those of any other. At
the time (1992) I could not find any other scriptures in electronic
form, or I would have included them as well. I still feel this way.
If you think that I have contributed something useful, you would be
doing me a favor if you distributed only the entire set, which can be
along with its mate,
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