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ARTICLES

Below are instructions on how to reference journal articles.

PRINT JOURNAL ARTICLE 

1st Footnote

Note number. First Author’s Full Name and Full Name of Additional Author(s) (up to 3 authors. Any more use et al. after first author),"Article Title: Article Subtitle," Journal Title Volume(Issue Number) (Year of Publication): Page Numbers, at Numbers Being Cited.

Examples

1. Anders Klostergaard Peterson, "Shedding New Light on Paul's Understanding of Baptism: A Ritual-Theological Approach to Romans 6," Studia Theologica 52(1) (1998): 101–117, at 113–16.

2. J. Edward Walters, “The Philoxenian Gospels as Reconstructed from the Writings of Philoxenos of Mabbug,” Hugoye 13 (2010): 177–249, at 221.

Subsequent Footnotes

Note number. Author’s Surname and Surname of Additional Authors (up to 3 authors. Any more use et al. after first author), "Shortened Article Title," Page or Pages.

Examples

1. Peterson, "Shedding New Light," 104.

2. Walters, “The Philoxenian Gospels," 180–89.

Bibliography

Author’s Surname, Author’s Given Name, and Full Name of Additional Author(s), "Article Title: Article Subtitle," Journal Title Volume(Issue Number) (Year of Publication): Page Numbers. 

 

Example Bibliography

Peterson, Anders Klostergaard, "Shedding New Light on Paul's Understanding of Baptism: A Ritual-Theological Approach to Romans 6," Studia Theologica 52(1) (1998): 101–117.

Walters, J. Edward, “The Philoxenian Gospels as Reconstructed from the Writings of Philoxenos of Mabbug,” Hugoye 13 (2010): 177–249.

ELECTRONIC- JOURNAL ARTICLE 
(E-JOURNAL)

 

Please note, that if the article is also available in print form you can reference it as a print article. 

Also, please do not use Kindle location references. Page numbers from the original document are required. You can change Kindle settings to show page numbers.

Many e-journals do not have fixed page numbers. When this is the case, use other locaters such as a chapter number or a section heading instead.

 

References to e-resources include either a URL or a Digital Object Identifier (DOI). If allocated, DOI's are the preferred electronic resource identifier.

1st Footnote

Note number. First Author’s Full Name and Full Name of Additional Author(s) (up to 3 authors. Any more use et al. after first author), "Article Title: Article Subtitle," Journal Title Volume(Issue Number) (Year of Publication), DOI or URL (Date accessed day/month/year).

Examples

1. Brad East, "Is Scripture a Gift? Reflections on the Divine-Ecclesial Provision of the Canon," Religions 13(10), 961 (2022), https://doi.org/10.3390/rel13100961 (accessed 13/10/2022).

2. Lindsey Marie Ross, “Genesis 9: 20–21: Noah’s Legacy of the Vine,” Denison Journal of Religion 3,
Article 6 (2003), http://digitalcommons.denison.edu/religion/vol3/iss1/6 (accessed 01/09/2018).

Subsequent Footnotes

Note number. Author’s Surname and Surname of Additional Authors (up to 3 authors. Any more use et al. after first author), "Shortened Article Title."

Examples

1. East, "Is Scripture a Gift?" 

2. Ross, "Genesis 9: 20–21."

Bibliography

Author’s Surname, Author’s Given Name, and Full Name of Additional Author(s), "Article Title: Article Subtitle," Journal Title Volume(Issue Number) (Year of Publication), DOI or URL (Date accessed day/month/year).  

Example Bibliography

East, Brad, "Is Scripture a Gift? Reflections on the Divine-Ecclesial Provision of the Canon," Religions 13(10), 961 (2022), https://doi.org/10.3390/rel13100961 (accessed 13/10/2022).

Ross, Lindsey Marie, “Genesis 9: 20–21: Noah’s Legacy of the Vine,” Denison Journal of Religion 3, Article 6 (2003), http://digitalcommons.denison.edu/religion/vol3/iss1/6 (accessed 01/09/2018).

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