Casual English Bible® 3D maps now available to license for publication
CANAAN IN BIBLE TIMES. It’s Israel and occupied Palestinian Territories today, but it was Canaan when Joshua led the Israelite refugees of Egypt across the Jordan River and back to where their ancestors had lived. The Bible says Joshua focused his attacks mainly in the hill country, where chariots didn’t have the advantage over Israel’s infantry.
JEZREEL VALLEY, sometimes called the Valley of Armageddon. Many battles have been fought in this valley that Napoleon called the perfect battlefield. It’s one of the most fertile areas in the Holy Land. View is looking toward the southeast, with the Sea of Galilee at left and the Dead Sea at the right and the Jordan River Valley between the two. Maps by Stephen M. Miller.
Some maps are free to use
Casual English Bible® maps as posted on the website and from purchased atlas PDFs and eBooks are free to use in a small-group Bible studies of 20 and fewer, or in a local church sermon or teaching sessions not broadcast or streamed.
Publishing the maps online in digital products and elsewhere requiring permission and licensing.
How do I do get the licensed maps?
Send a request to Info@CasualEnglishBible.com, if possible with a CasualEnglishBible link to the map you want. You can have the map with or without the text posted in the online version. Your choice.
What rights am I purchasing?
License is granted for one-time, single edition/release/or post, and for worldwide distribution for publication. Licensing fees vary according to usage.
How may I use the licensed maps?
Casual English Bible® maps may be used one time only to display on websites, social media videos, PowerPoint presentations, brochures and handouts.
Maps for book publishing and media outlets
For use as in books, magazines, television, and films, please contact Info@CasualEnglishBible.com for fees and licensing.
We will blend barely noticeable watermarks into the maps. All large watermarks, like those used on the Casual English Bible website, will be removed. Watermarks help protect the copyright. Maps are easily and often misappropriated. Publishing copyrighted material on Pinterest, Facebook, and similar social media sites without permission is illegal, and is not usually with the realm of “fair use.” Most people don’t seem to know that.
Rates for online usage such as blogs, ministry broadcasts, and handouts
- Small size PowerPoint 1200 px/72 ppi — $30
- Medium 2000 px/72 ppi — $50
- Print quality 2000 px/300 ppi — $95
- Full size 3000 px and higher/300 ppi — $200
Measures of resolution quality: px = pixels; ppi = pixels per inch.
Pixel sizes are approximate, since each map is unique in size.
Licensed copyrighted maps are not for resale or for reuse.