Use of material published in Crucible

All material on the Crucible web-site is copyright. Copyright is retained by the authors who grant permission to Crucible to publish. Unless indicated otherwise the following rules apply to the use of articles on this web-site.

  • No article should be copied onto another web-site. Other sites wishing to refer to material published on Crucible may establish links to the Home page or to the specific article.
  • No commercial use is permitted. Those who wish to make commercial use of material published on this web-site should contact the author.
  • Permission is given to make a copy of material for personal use.
  • Churches and bona fide educational institutions may distribute copies of articles to members and students providing that

(a) it is for genuine educational purposes,

(b) there is no charge for the material and

(c) all copies must clearly and fully provide the author’s name and details; the title of the article; the publication details (ie. Crucible: a journal of theology and ministry; the relevant issue number and date); and the web-site address.