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  1. ericmichelministries.com
  2. ericmichelministries.org
  3. www.iaoc.church
  4. Virtual Church Group https://faithlife.com/iaoc-e/activity
  5. www.emmiphotos.ca
  6. www.thomasjudas.ca
  7. eric-michel.org
  8. denotredame.com
  9. churchesassociation.africa

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  • The Church basic notion came from The Church Nature’s of God use with permission of Chuck Clendenen 2010
  • All Texts, Articles, Pictures, Logos are use with permission or it belong to the public domain. We also use names links or bands that are provided to us by our Business Partners and it is valid for our websites and blogs.
  1. Texts & Pictures: Wikipedia
  2. Deism Texts & Jack Picture’s: Jack D Capehart’s Blog use with permission of Jack D. Capehart’s for our 2008 website ULCOD  
  3. Pictures: Clker
  4. Flags: from Wikipedia
  5. Texts: Probe Ministries
  6. Articles: Article Alley   
  7. Articles: Rusty Wright
  8. Articles: Rédaction Web
  9. Articles: Article Geek
  10. Articles Contenu Libre
  11. Jesus Picture: Lost Seed
  12. Contents: Fresh Content
  13. Christian News: Cristian News Feed
  14. Articles: IdeaMarketers
  15. Clip Art: Karens Whimsy
  16. Content: Jan’s Free Content
  17. Jesus Quote :Jesus Christ quotes
  18. Articles: The Open Press
  19. Textes: Atheisme.free.fr
  20. Candell: Lyrics Search
  21. Definition Deisme: Ref ULB AC BE for our 2008 website ULCOD
  22. Pense deiste re Dieu: Sylvain Poirier for our 2008 website ULCOD
  23. Texte de la chapelle Base sur un texte de Sheila Jacobs pas de (c) sur le site.
  24. Advertising and Business Partners: Google AdSenseAmazonKroll Ontrack
  25. You Tube Video are use per You Tube integration please report to You Tube for informations
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  27. Pictures http://www.freegreatpicture.com/
  28. Thousands of downloadable images for Christian teaching, preaching and outreach. They are ideal for computer projection, web pages and not-for-profit printing http://www.biblepicturegallery.com
  29. Free photos – Religious – download a free high resolution photo for Christian publishing. The photos can be used freely in Christian advertisements, program booklets, bulletins, invitations, newsletters, religious education materials, flyer’s, posters and any other project for which photos are needed. http://www.christianphotos.net (do not exist anymore)
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  32. ImageVine: Ownership ImageVine.com retains the rights of ownership to all Content. We are allowed to use the Content only for Power Point Presentation (We purchased photos: a set of crosses).
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  2. https://termsandconditionstemplate.com/
  3. http://bibledatabase.com/
  4. https://www.prayerscapes.com/Links/free_public_domain_bibles.html
  5. https://www.newsusa.com/
  6. http://www.transparentpng.com/cats/jesus-christ-381.html
  7. http://bannerfans.com/banner_maker.php
  8. https://www.freechurchforms.com/fcftoc.html
  9. https://ministryarchitects.com/free-tools-and-resources/
  10. https://archive.org/
  11. https://unsplash.com/s/photos/church
  12. https://picjumbo.com/
  13. http://clipart.christiansunite.com/
  14. http://photopin.com/free-photos/catholic
  15. http://bestanimations.com/
  16. http://christianimagesource.com/index.php
  17. http://www.webweaver.nu/clipart/canada-day.shtml
  18. http://www.biblepicturegallery.com/free/
  19. https://all-free-download.com/
  20. https://gratisography.com/
  21. https://morguefile.com/photos/morguefile/1/pop
  22. https://www.dreamstime.com/
  23. https://www.fg-a.com/clipart_christian.shtml
  24. https://guides.libraries.psu.edu/filmarchives
  25. https://www.desktop-documentaries.com/free-film-clips.html
  26. https://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/free-movies-the-best-films-in-the-public-domain
  27. http://www.openculture.com/2015/01/the-public-domain-project-makes-10000-film-clips-free-online.html
  28. https://vimeo.com/
  29. https://www.globalchristians.org/
  30. https://thirdmill.org/
  31. http://www.articlealley.com/
  32. https://surfing-waves.com/feed.htm
  33. http://graphics.elysiumgates.com/

Also we could have texts or pictures who was found somewhere on the internet and is believed to be in the public domain. Even more some of them we have written to their owner, who did not always respond. We think this is “fair use”, but if you are a copyright owner and disagree, just mail us, so that we can remove a text and/or picture at webmaster@ericmichelministries.com

We are aware of policies on service for users is very important for both users and us. The images and resources was collected from many different sources. In addition to get permission from the copyright holder to post some pictures on our website, also we have photos that are shared for free on the internet that our collaborators has collected over the years. We do not assume any liability for resources that are posted on the website used for education purposes. If you are the copyright holder of one (or some) images that were posted on our website, you may allow or do not agree. You should contact directly with us to be satisfactorily resolved  Also we could have texts or pictures who was found somewhere on the internet and is believed to be in the public domain. Even more some of them we have written to their owner, who did not always respond. We think this is “fair use”, but if you are a copyright owner and disagree, just mail us, so that we can remove a text and/or picture at webmaster@ericmichelministries.com

Nota Bene: Religious & Teaching Site Non-For-Profit,  any texts and photos or images, and media file available under public domain and freely-licensed educational media content (images, audio and video clips) or specify otherwise, we limited our self to remove the infringed items only.


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In Bridgeman Art Library v. Corel Corp. (1999), the New York District Court held that “a photograph which is no more than a copy of a work of another as exact as science and technology permits lacks originality. That is not to say that such a feat is trivial, simply not original”. In spite of the effort and labor involved in creating professional-quality slides from the original works of art, the Court held that copyright did not subsist as they were simply slavish copies of the works of art represented. While the New York District Court does not hold jurisdiction over the whole US, other district courts have generally relied on and expanded on this decision.

The rule therefore excludes from copyright protection photographs which are intended to be no more than a faithful reproduction of a two-dimensional work of art such as a painting. If only technical expertise is involved (to take a faithful and unimaginative picture), the photograph acquires no copyright protection in its own right. The case extends the rule that scans and photocopies of two-dimensional originals are not copyrightable to cover in addition faithful reproductions created in the U.S. through photography.

As a result of this case, anyone taking in the U.S. a mere ‘record’ photograph of a 2D work of art—plain, full-framed—gets no copyright protection for the photograph. If the original work of art is sufficiently old that its own copyright has expired, the photograph itself will then be free for use in the U.S.

Different countries apply the rules on originality in different ways, and identical images may be treated differently in different jurisdictions. In some countries (such as the UK) faithful reproduction images may
be considered sufficiently original to attract copyright protection; in others (such as the Nordic countries) there may be neighbouring rights that apply.

Neighbouring rights (“simple photographs”)
In certain countries, any photograph, whether original or not, is covered by a so-called “simple photograph” neighbouring right that amounts to a copyright with a reduced term of protection. If the photo is
sufficiently original, the author can additionally be granted normal copyright protection. In the Nordic countries, for example, the right applies to all photographs, including “faithful reproduction” images.
However, protection does not normally apply to scans or other photomechanical reproductions — this special neighbouring right applies only to photographs. See Commons:Simple photographs.

Canada
conclusive. Court cases in Canada regarding “sweat of the brow” have gone both ways.

2021 Replacement

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DateFebruary 1, 2021,
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AuthorGDJ after Leonardo da Vinci  (1452–1519)    

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Copyright issues in worship
The performance of works in copyright (for example, playing music) as part of an act of worship is specifically exempted from copyright laws in several countries. Problems began to arise during the 1970s, when large numbers of new worship songs were written and became popular in many churches.

Managing these songs was difficult, as churches typically used material drawn from a number of songbooks, and new publications were released frequently. It became common practice for churches to either create their own songbook, to include songs on a service sheet, or to project the songs using an overhead
projector. (Slide projectors were occasionally used in the early days, and today the use of a video projector is more common).


All these options required making a copy of the lyrics, an act which was in breach of copyright law. The same issues arose for church musicians, who needed a collection of music books. Frequently, they resorted to photocopying music, which again is a breach of copyright law.To undertake this legally would
previously have required a church to obtain permission from all the copyright holders, a time-consuming and potentially costly process. author for the purpose of the work, if the author does not thereby repeat or imitate the main design of the work;

  1. for any person to reproduce, in a painting, drawing, engraving, photograph or cinematographic work (i) an architectural work, provided the copy is not           
    in the nature of an architectural drawing or plan, or (ii) a sculpture or work of artistic craftsmanship or a cast or model of a sculpture or work of artistic
    craftsmanship, that is permanently situated in a public place or building;
  2. for any person to make or publish, for the purposes of news reporting or news summary, a report of a lecture given in public,unless the report is      
    prohibited by conspicuous written or printed notice affixed before and maintained during the lecture at or about the main entrance of the building in         
    which the lecture is given, and, except while the building is being used for public worship, in a position near the lecturer;
  3. for any person to read or recite in public a reasonable extract from a published work; or
  4. for any person to make or publish, for the purposes of news reporting or news summary, a report of an address of a political nature given at a public    
    meeting

(2) It is not an infringement of copyright for a person to do any of the following acts without motive of gain at any agricultural or agricultural-industrial exhibition
or fair that receives a grant from or is held by its directors under federal, provincial or municipal authority:

  1. the live performance in public of a musical work;
  2. the performance in public of a sound recording embodying a musical work or a performer’s performance of a musical work; or
  3. the performance in public of a communication signal carrying (i) the live performance in public of a musical work, or (ii) a sound recording embodying a
    musical work or a performer’s performance of a musical work.

(3) No religious organization or institution, educational institution and no charitable or fraternal organization shall be held liable to pay any compensation for doing any of the following acts in furtherance
of a religious, educational or charitable object:

  1. the live performance in public of a musical work;
  2. the performance in public of a sound recording embodying a musical work or a performer’s performance of a musical work; or
  3. the performance in public of a communication signal carrying (i) the live performance in public of a musical work, or (ii) a sound recording embodying a musical work or a performer’s performance          
    of a musical work

Autres cas de non-violation

32.2     Ne constituent pas des violations du droit d’auteur :

  1. l’utilisation, par l’auteur d’une oeuvre artistique, lequel n’est pas titulaire du droit d’auteur sur cette oeuvre, des moules, moulages, esquisses, plans, modèles ou études qu’il a faits en vue de               
    la création de cette oeuvre, à la condition de ne pas en répéter ou imiter par là les grandes lignes;
  2. la reproduction dans une peinture, un dessin, une gravure, une photographie ou une oeuvre cinématographique :(i) d’une oeuvre architecturale, à la condition de ne pas avoir le caractère de      
    dessins ou plans architecturaux, (ii) d’une sculpture ou d’une oeuvre artistique due à des artisans, ou d’un moule ou modèle de celles-ci, érigées en permanence sur une place publique ou              
    dans un édifice public;
  3. la production ou la publication, pour des comptes rendus d’événements d’actualité ou des revues de presse, du compte rendu d’une conférence faite en public, à moins qu’il n’ait été défendu             
    d’en rendre compte par un avis écrit ou imprimé et visiblement affiché, avant et pendant la conférence, à la porte ou près de la porte d’entrée principale de l’édifice où elle a lieu; l’affiche doit        
    encore être posée près du conférencier, sauf lorsqu’il parle dans un édifice servant, à ce moment, à un culte public;
  4. la lecture ou récitation en public, par une personne, d’un extrait, de longueur raisonnable, d’une oeuvre publiée;
  5. la production ou la publication, pour des comptes rendus d’événements d’actualité ou des revues de presse, du compte rendu d’une allocution de nature politique prononcée lors d’une          
    assemblée publique.
  1. l’exécution, en direct et en public, d’une oeuvre musicale;
  2. ‘exécution en public tant de l’enregistrement sonore que de l’oeuvre musicale ou de la prestation de l’oeuvre musicale qui le constituent;
  3. l’exécution en public du signal de communication porteur :(i) de l’exécution, en direct et en public, d’une oeuvre musicale, (ii) tant de l’enregistrement sonore que de l’oeuvre musicale ou          
    de la prestation d’une oeuvre musicale qui le constituent.
  1. l’exécution, en direct et en public, d’une oeuvre musicale;
  2. l’exécution en public tant de l’enregistrement sonore que de l’oeuvre musicale ou de la prestation de l’oeuvre musicale qui le constituent;
  3. l’exécution en public du signal de communication porteur :(i) de l’exécution, en direct et en public, d’une oeuvre musicale, (ii) tant de l’enregistrement sonore que de l’oeuvre musicale ou de la
    prestation d’une oeuvre musicale qui le constituent.

1997, ch. 24, art. 19.

SEE CCLI

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What Is Not “In Copyright” and What Is “In the Public Domain”?

Copyright subsists in a work during the lifetime of the author, through the end of the calendar year in which the author dies and for a period of 70 years following that year. If there are multiple
authors, the same terms of copyright apply to the last surviving author. In cases where authorship is unknown or where it belongs to a corporate body, the rules are slightly different. Copyright
may not apply for a number of reasons: the place of citizenship of the author or the country of origin of the work may not be signatory to a treaty to which Canada is also a signatory; the term
of copyright may have expired; or the owner of the copyright may have assigned the copyright to the public. In these cases, the work is said to be “in the public domain.” Extreme caution in
the reproduction of public domain material is required because editors, composers, and others, when publishing such material, sometimes introduce their own alterations that are in copyright.
For example, part of a text or harmonization may be in copyright while the melody and most of the words are not. see fees / Orther offer from CCLI

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