Do you put the Bible in a bibliography?

Do you put the Bible in a bibliography?

You do not need to include the Bible in your bibliography. When citing a passage of scripture, include the abbreviated name of the book, the chapter number, and the verse number”never a page number. Chapter and verse are separated by a colon.

Do you cite the Bible in turabian?

Chicago/Turabian style only requires you to cite the Bible in the text of your essay. However both APA and MLA current editions require you to cite the Bible both in the text and in your reference list.

How do you cite the Bible in turabian 9th edition?

Cite the Bible in footnotes, endnotes, or parenthetical citations. You do not need to include the Bible in your bibliography/reference list. When you are citing a particular passage of Scripture, include the abbreviated name of the book, the chapter number, and the verse number”never a page number.

What is the Turabian style format?

Turabian style is a version of Chicago style designed specifically for students and researchers. It follows most Chicago conventions, but also adds extra guidelines for formatting research papers, theses and dissertations.

How do you cite the Bible in APA 7th edition?

Citing the Bible

  1. When quoting the Bible, you must cite the Bible version in the body of the paper and include it in your reference list.
  2. Template: Bible Version, Date of Publication, Book chapter and verse.
  3. Please see the sample student paper or sample graduate paper for a detailed discussion of citing the Bible.

What does ESV stand for?

English Standard Version

How do you reference Bible Gateway?

Bible Gateway, www.biblegateway.com/versions/New- International-Version-NIV-Bible/ Wright, N.T., translator. The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary Translation. 1st ed., Harper One, 2011. (usually the title of the edition), followed by a comma, and then the passage.

Who is the publisher of Bible Gateway?

BibleGateway.com

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