A GUIDE TO FORMAT AND CITATION

Topics: New Testament, Paul of Tarsus, Old Testament Pages: 3 (1710 words) Published: November 17, 2014
Sem. JESTONI UDAL September 19, 2010
Propaedeutic Year Seminarian Scalabrini Formation Center

A Guide to Format and Citation

I. The basic format of an academic paper

A. The front matter
The title page (see Appendix B).

B. The text
Font, font style, and font size: Times New Roman, regular, 12. Margins: 1 to 1 ½ inches at top, bottom, and sides.
Spacing: text is double-spaced; bibliographies, footnotes or endnotes are single-spaced; itemized lists and indented block quotes are single-spaced. Page numbering: begin with first page of text, top right or top center of page. Abbreviations and numbers: see Turabian Manual 2.1 - 2.73 (pp. 14-38). Spelling and punctuation: see Turabian Manual 3.1 – 3.111 (pp. 39-63). Quotations: see Turabian Manual 5.1 – 5.38 (pp. 73-86).

C. The back matter
Appendixes: The appendix is a useful device to make available material that is relevant to the text but not suitable for inclusion in it. (See Turabian Manual 1.39 – 1.45, pp. 12-13 for more details). Endnotes (footnotes): Endnotes appear at the ‘end’ of the paper. Footnotes appear at the bottom (‘foot’) of each page. The citation style for endnotes and footnotes is identical. Ask your professor for his/her preference.

The note form has four parts, marked by an indented superscript numbering system: 1. author’s name in normal order (comma)
2. the title (italicized, no punctuation)
3. the publication date (in parentheses, comma)
4. a page reference (period)

EXAMPLE:

1Luke Timothy Johnson, The Writings of the New Testament: An Interpretation, 2nd ed. rev. (Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1999), 99-104.

(See Turabian Manual 14.35 – 14.36 for footnotes, pp. 273-5; Turabian Manual 14. 38 for endnotes, p. 277.)

Subsequent Note References (See Turabian Manual 8.84 – 8.96, pp. 137-41.)

1Luke Timothy Johnson, The Writings of the New Testament: An Interpretation, 2d ed. rev. (Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1999),...

References: (Turabian Manual 2.20 – 2.21, p. 22)
A. 1 Cor 2:5 a colon between chapter and verse with no space before or after the colon
B. Eph 2:5, 8, 10 a comma and space between disconnected verses of the same chapter
C. Gen 3:1-4 a hyphen between consecutive verses of the same chapter, no spacing
D. Exod 1:6 – 2:5 an en-dash between consecutive material covered
E. Psalms 1 – 9 an en-dash between more than one chapter (or more than one psalm)
F. Isa 2:5, 7; 4:8-9, 12 a semicolon to separate disconnected chapters of the same book
G. Rom 8:28-29; Col 4:2 a semicolon to separate references to two or books of the Bible
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