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This guide will help you with formatting your citations according to the Chicago Manual of Style guidelines.
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About Citing Other Sources

You are going to have questions about citing sources other than those presented here.  Refer to the manual or look through a list of Questions and Answers.

 

 

Scriptural References (p. 718-719)

Scriptural references appear in the Notes section.  Such works are not included in the bibliography.
 
General Format 
 
      Full Note: 
            1. Name of the Book (in roman and often abbreviated) Chapter:Verse
      (Version being Cited).
 
      Concise Note: 
            Same as above.
 
      Bibliography:
      Not included.
 
Example 
 
      Full Note:
            1. 6.2 Kings 11:8 (New Revised Standard Version). 
 
      Concise Note:
            Same as above. 
 
      Bibliography:
      Not included.
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