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Theological Citations

Chicago Style

In the pages to the left, you will find examples of how to cite various kinds of texts typically used when writing a theological research paper. For more detailed information on Chicago Style, please consult the Chicago Manual of Style which can be found in Welder Library here: Z253 .U69 2017

Another source that was consulted when creating this guide was the STU Guide to Sacred Texts found here:

St. Thomas University. Citing Church Documents and Ancient Texts for Dissertation Writing:  https://www.stu.edu/Portals/library/HowTo/docs/CMOS%20Guide%20to%20Sacred%20Texts2513.pdf?ver=2017-01-26-134651-497