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Monday, February 3, 2014

Who Owns the Pastor's Sermon?

Who Owns the Pastor's Sermon?
Church or pastor? When sermons become books that make millions in royalties, the answer is important.
Bob Smietana
Editor's Note: Since the following story appeared in the January/February print issue of CT, we've received questions from readers asking what they or their pastors should do about their sermons. We've also consulted with our in-house legal expert, who has written volumes (literally) on the nature of copyright law as it pertains to churches. He stands by our reporting as accurate, but warns that churches and pastors are...

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