Sunday, March 15, 2009
When Theology is Claimed as Intellectual Property
In our world where human beings seem to think they have 'entitlement' to all things which can be claimed we now can wondrously behold the miracle of the 'theological patent' or copyright of theological ideas--- like say the theory of double imputation. Kudos to Craig Beard for finding this out---
Posted by Ben Witherington at 9:15 AM
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Hmm - what is US6974327.pdf?
Its a pdf link of course.
Obviously … but it isn't linked to anything. :)
Here is a web page where you can see more on this patent. You can also download the PDF from there.
It truly is a pdf but, alas, a link it is not. :)
There is not enough of the address available to to get to it Dr. Witherington. W need the whole address location or for you to hyper-link it if you are able to.
My bad, you need three dots before the pdf part of the tag.
Hey Dr. Witherington,
I'm glad you liked the picture I took from Dominus Flavitus in Jersusalem enough to use it for your post.
Actually that's the picture I took from inside Dominus Flevit four years ago.
Dr. Witherington, I've filed for a patent for blog posts that talk about theological patents. Please cease and desist all posting on said topic.
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