Style, Citing Sources

Cite your Bible the way it is presented on the title page.
for example:
New American Standard Bible. La Habra, California: The Lockman Foundation, 1971.

For the texts, simply use the format from the syllabus:
Gonzalez, Justo L. The Story of Christianity. Vol. 1. San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1984.
Hendriksen, William. Survey of the Bible.  Darlington, U.K.: Evangelical Press, 1995.

For the CDs:
sample using Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible (Look under "Dictionary/Information" or "Commentary/Information" for the name of the work.)
Henry, Matthew. Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible. E-Sword. CD-ROM. Franklin, TN: Equipping Ministries Foundation, 2000-2005.

sample using John Calvin's Commentaries
Calvin, John. Commentaries. Christian Classics Ethereal Library. CD-ROM. Grand Rapids: CCEL, 2001-2005.

World Wide Web Site
Harris, Jonathan G. "The Return of the Witch Hunts." Witchhunt Information Page. <http://liquid2-sun.mit.edu/fells.short.html> (28 May 1996).

Writing Styles and Guides (various links)
University of Richmond
Comparison (Duke)
UC Berkeley

Modern Language Association (MLA) at Capital Community College
Modern Language Association (MLA) at University of Wisonsin
Literacy Education Online (MLA)

American Psychological Association (APA) at Capital Community College
American Psychological Association (APA) at University of Wisonsin
Literacy Education Online (APA)

Turabian at Ithica College
Turabian at University of Wisonsin

Citing: Traditional/Printed
CBE Style

Citing: Electonic
A Brief Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History and the Humanities
The Columbia Guide to Online Style