Yes Lexham Press is wholly a subsidiary of Logos Bible software. It is a good enough translation but it also is not something Accordance could ever make a penny on, in addition to that Accordance would then be beholden to report sales items to Logos. I can not see it ever happening. I have used LEB and still wonder why Logos undertook it, but they have but Accordance putting it in their software makes about as much sense as putting a Ford engine in a GMC truck.
The Lexham English Bible, Fourth Edition
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If you give away the LEB for use with a commercial product, or sell a work containing more than 1,000 verses from the LEB, you must annually report the number of units sold, distributed, and/or downloaded.
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Edited by Dan Francis, 22 June 2014 - 12:33 PM.