1. SBL Referencing Guide

SBL REFERENCING GUIDE: INDEX

JOURNALS. 

Journal Article (SBL Handbook 6.3.1-2) 

Magazine Article (SBL Handbook 6.3.9) 

Book Review, with and without a title (SBL Handbook 6.3.4) 

Newspaper article, with and without an author. 

BOOKS. 

Book with One Author (SBL Handbook 6.2.1) 

Book with one Editor (SBL Handbook 6.2.6) 

Book with Two or Three Authors (SBL Handbook 6.2.2) 

Book with Two or Three Editors (SBL Handbook 6.2.7) 

Book with more than Three Authors (SBL Handbook 6.2.3) 

Book with more than Three Editors (SBL Handbook 6.2.8) 

Author & Editor (SBL Handbook 6.2.9) 

Author & Translator (SBL Handbook 6.2.4, 6.2.10) 

Author, Editor, & Translator (SBL Handbook 6.2.10) 

Revised Edition of a Book (SBL Handbook 6.2.16) 

Edition of a Book, other than the 1st (SBL Handbook 6.2.16) 

Book with Multiple Publishers (SBL Handbook 6.2.15) 

Chapter in an Edited Book (SBL Handbook 6.2.12) 

Chapter in Multivolume Work (SBL Handbook 6.2.22) 

Chapter in Titled Volume in Multivolume Work (SBL Handbook 6.2.23) 

BOOKS: SPECIAL. 

Commentary (SBL Handbook 6.2.1, 6.4.9) 

Commentary series/numbered series (SBL Handbook 6.4.9) 

Multi-volume commentary (SBL Handbook 6.2.20) 

Edited commentary, individual biblical book (SBL Handbook 6.2.12) 

New Interpreter’s Bible (SBL Handbook 6.3.6) 

Dictionary (SBL Handbook 6.3.6-7) 

Encyclopaedia (SBL Handbook 6.3.6-7) 

Lexicon or Theological Dictionary (SBL Handbook 6.3.7) 

Thesis or Dissertation - Unpublished (SBL Handbook 6.3.5) 

ELECTRONIC AND WEB. 

eBook, Kindle/Nook (SBL Handbook 6.2.25) 

eBook from Internet, doi/URL (SBL Handbook 6.2.25) 

Electronic Journals Articles, doi/URL (SBL Handbook 6.3.10) 

Websites/Blogs, author known and unknown (SBL Handbook 6.4.15) 

Website. 

Blog. 

Newspaper Article from a website. 

eBook, Kindle/Nook (SBL Handbook 6.2.25) 

eBook from Internet, doi/URL (SBL Handbook 6.2.25) 

Electronic Journals Articles, doi/URL (SBL Handbook 6.3.10) 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Corporate author/Reports. 

Paper Presented at a Professional Society Meeting (SBL Handbook 6.3.8) 

Printed/online lecture notes/handouts. 

Personal communication, interviews, emails and letters. 

 

JOURNALS

Journal Article (SBL Handbook 6.3.1-2) 

Footnotes 

Myk Habets, “The Holy Spirit as Bond in Calvin’s Thought: Its Functions in Connection with the extra Calvinisticum,” IJST 17 (2015): 240-243, 240. 

Habets, “The Holy Spirit as Bond in Calvin’s Thought,” 241. 

Bibliography 

Habets, Myk. “The Holy Spirit as Bond in Calvin’s Thought: Its Functions in Connection with the extra Calvinisticum.” IJST 17 (2015): 240-243. 

 

Magazine Article (SBL Handbook 6.3.9) 

Footnotes 

Elesha Gordon, “A Prophecy in Paint,” Baptist 135.3 (2019): 10-11. 10. 

Gordon, “A Prophecy in Paint,” 11. 

Bibliography 

Gordon, Elesha. “A Prophecy in Paint.” Baptist 135.3 (2019): 10-11. 

 

Book Review, with and without a title (SBL Handbook 6.3.4) 

Footnotes 

Fran Porter, “The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology,” review of The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology. Mary McClintock Fulkerson and Sheila Briggs eds. JEBS 19 (Spring 2019): 157-159. 

Porter, review of The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology (by Fulkerson and Briggs), 158.  

Bibliography 

Porter, Fran. “The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology.” Review of  The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology. Mary McClintock Fulkerson and Sheila Briggs eds. JEBS 19 (Spring 2019): 157-159. 

 

Footnotes 

Francis M. Macatangay, review of Jesus in John’s Gospel: Structure and Issues in Johannine Christology, by William Loader, Catholic Biblical Quarterly 82 (April 2020): 324-326.  

Macatangay, review of Jesus in John’s Gospel (by Loader), 325. 

Bibliography 

Macatangay, Francis M. Review of Jesus in John’s Gospel: Structure and Issues in Johannine Christology, by William Loader. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 82 (April 2020): 324-326.  

 

Newspaper article, with and without an author  

Footnote 

Lincoln Tan, “Buffets back and booming,” New Zealand Herald, November 3, 2020. 

Tan, “Buffets back and booming.” 

Bibliography (not included) 

 

Footnote 

“Art of battling bush fires,” New Zealand Herald, November 3, 2020. 

“Art of battling bush fires.” 

Bibliography (not included) 

 

 

BOOKS 

Book with One Author (SBL Handbook 6.2.1) 

Footnote 

Walter Brueggemann, The Word that Redescribes the World (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2006), 50. 

Brueggemann, The Word that Redescribes the World, 69. 

Bibliography 

Brueggemann, Walter. The Word that Redescribes the World. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2006. 

 

Book with one Editor (SBL Handbook 6.2.6) 

Footnote 

Robert Banks, ed., Private Values and Public Policy: The Ethics of Decision-making in Government Administration (Homebush West, NSW: Lancer Books, 1993). 

Banks, Private Values, 65. 

Bibliography 

Banks, Robert, ed. Private Values and Public Policy: The Ethics of Decision-making in Government Administration. Homebush West, NSW: Lancer Books, 1993. 

 

Book with Two or Three Authors (SBL Handbook 6.2.2) 

Footnote 

Mikeal C. Parsons and Martin M. Culy, Acts: A Handbook on the Greek Text (Waco: Baylor University Press, 2003), 11-13. 

Parsons and Culy, Acts, 18. 

Bibliography 

Parsons, Mikeal C. and Martin M. Culy. Acts: A Handbook on the Greek Text. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2003. 

 

Book with Two or Three Editors (SBL Handbook 6.2.7) 

Footnotes 

Kenneth R. Ross, Francis D. Alvarez and Todd M. Johnson, eds. Christianity in East and Southeast Asia (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020), 112-115. 

Ross, Alvarez and Johnson, Christianity in East and Southeast Asia, 125. 

  

Bibliography 

Ross, Kenneth R., Francis D. Alvarez and Todd M. Johnson, eds. Christianity in East and Southeast Asia. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020. 

 

Book with more than Three Authors (SBL Handbook 6.2.3) 

Footnotes 

James Professor et al., All There is to Know About Theology (Someplace: Publishers, 2000), 53. 

Professor et al., All There is to Know About Theology, 42.  

Bibliography 

Professor, James, Susan Smith, Jane Doe, and Mark Brown. All There is to Know About Theology. Someplace: Publishers, 2000. 

  

Book with more than Three Editors (SBL Handbook 6.2.8) 

Footnotes 

James Professor et al., eds., Other People Writing about Theology, 2nd ed., (Someplace: Publishers, 2000), 53. 

Professor et al., Other People Writing about Theology, 9. 

Bibliography 

Professor, James, Susan Smith, Jane Doe, and Mark Brown, eds. Other People Writing about Theology, 2nd ed. Someplace: Publishers, 2000.  

 

Author & Editor (SBL Handbook 6.2.9) 

Footnotes 

Steven J. Lawson, Psalms 76-150, ed. Max Anders (Nashville: Holman Reference, 2006), 254. 

Lawson, Psalms 76-150, 269. 

Bibliography 

Lawson, Steven J. Psalms 76-150. Edited by Max Anders. Nashville: Holman Reference, 2006. 

 

Author & Translator (SBL Handbook 6.2.4, 6.2.10) 

Footnotes 

Karl Barth, Ethics, trans. Geoffrey W. Bromiley (New York: Seabury, 1981), 29-31. 

Barth, Ethics, 56. 

Bibliography 

Barth, Karl. Ethics. Translated by Geoffrey W. Bromiley. New York: Seabury, 1981. 

 

Author, Editor, & Translator (SBL Handbook 6.2.10) 

Footnotes 

Friedrich Henkel. Fairly Obscure Theology, ed. Hans Blinkhof, trans. Sarah Smith (Hamburg: Publisher, 2017), 40. 

Henkel, Fairly Obscure Theology, 51. 
  
Bibliography 

Henkel, Friedrich. Fairly Obscure Theology. Edited by Hans Blinkhof. Translated by Sarah Smith. Hamburg: Publisher, 2017. 

 

Revised Edition of a Book (SBL Handbook 6.2.16) 

Footnotes 

Gary R. Collins, Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide, rev. ed. (Dallas: Word, 

1998), 3. 

Collins, Christian Counseling, 10. 

Bibliography 

Collins, Gary R. Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide. Rev. ed. Dallas: Word, 1998. 

 

Edition of a Book, other than the 1st (SBL Handbook 6.2.16) 

Footnotes 

R. H. Gundry, A Survey of the New Testament, 4th ed. (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003), 281. 

Gundry, Survey, 281. 

Bibliography 

Gundry, R. H. A Survey of the New Testament. 4th ed. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003. 

 

Book with Multiple Publishers (SBL Handbook 6.2.15) 

Footnotes 

Chris Bruno, Jared Compton and Kevin McFadden, Biblical Theology According to the Apostles : How the Earliest Christians Told the Story of Israel (London: Apollos; Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2020), 45-60. 

Bruno, Compton and McFadden, Biblical Theology According to the Apostles, 407. 

Bibliography 

Bruno, Chris, Jared Compton and Kevin McFadden, Biblical Theology According to the Apostles : How the Earliest Christians Told the Story of Israel. London: Apollos; Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2020. 

  

Chapter in an Edited Book (SBL Handbook 6.2.12) 

Footnotes 

George Wieland, “We Love Mission,” in What We Love: Reflections on Ministry, Leadership and Mission: A Tribute to Charles Hewlett, eds. Myk Habets and John Tucker (Auckland: Archer Press, 2017), 83-88, 85. 

Wieland, “We Love Mission,” 85. 

Bibliography 

Wieland, George. “We Love Mission.” Pages 83-88 in What We Love: Reflections on Ministry, Leadership and Mission: A Tribute to Charles Hewlett.  Edited by Myk Habets and John TuckerAuckland: Archer Press, 2017. 

 

Chapter in Multivolume Work (SBL Handbook 6.2.22) 

Footnotes 

Bradley J. Bitner, “Mixed-Language Inscribing at Roman Corinth,” in The First Urban Churches 2: Roman Corinth, eds. James Harrison and L. L. Welborn (Atlanta: SBL Press, 2016), 2:185-218. 

Bitner, “Mixed-Language Inscribing at Roman Corinth,” 214. 

Bibliography 

Bitner, Bradley J. “Mixed-Language Inscribing at Roman Corinth.” Pages 185-218 in vol. 2 of The First Urban Churches.  Edited by James Harrison and L. L. Welborn. Atlanta: SBL Press , 2016.  

 

Chapter in Titled Volume in Multivolume Work (SBL Handbook 6.2.23) 

Footnotes 

David Peterson, “The Motif of Fulfilment and the Purpose of Luke-Acts,” in The Book of Acts in Its Ancient Literary Setting, ed. Bruce W. Winter and Andrew D. Clarke, vol. 1 of The Book of Acts in Its First Century Setting, ed. Bruce W. Winter (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1993), 83–104. 

Peterson, “Motif of Fulfilment,” 92.  

Bibliography 

David Peterson, “The Motif of Fulfilment and the Purpose of Luke-Acts.” Pages 83–104 in The Book of Acts in Its Ancient Literary Setting. Edited by Bruce W. Winter and Andrew D. Clarke. Vol. 1 of The Book of Acts in Its First Century Setting. Edited by Bruce W. Winter. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1993. 

 

 

BOOKS: SPECIAL 

Commentary (SBL Handbook 6.2.1, 6.4.9) 

Footnotes 

Brendan Byrne, Galatians and Romans (Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2010), 133. 

Byrne, Galatians and Romans, 134. 

Bibliography 

Byrne, Brendan, Galatians and Romans. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2010. 

 

Commentary series/numbered series (SBL Handbook 6.4.9) 

Footnotes 

Joel B. Green, The Gospel of Luke, NICNT (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1997), 68. 

Green, The Gospel of Luke, 69. 

Bibliography 

Green, Joel B. The Gospel of Luke. NICNT. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1997. 

 

Footnotes 

Craig A. Evans, Mark 8:27-16:20, WBC 34B (Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2001), 369. 

Evans, Mark 8:27-16:20, 177. 

Bibliography 

Evans, Craig A. Mark 8:27-16:20. WBC 34B. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2001. 

 

Multi-volume commentary (SBL Handbook 6.2.20) 

Footnotes 

Craig S. Keener, Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, 4 vols., (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012-2015), 3: 2223. 

Keener, Acts, 2: 1096. 

Bibliography 

Keener, Craig S. Acts: An Exegetical Commentary. 4 vols. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2012-2015. 

 

Edited commentary, individual biblical book (SBL Handbook 6.2.12) 

Footnotes 

Bruce K. Waltke, “Micah,” in The Minor Prophets, ed. Thomas Edward McComiskey (Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 1993), 591-764, 635. 

Waltke, “Micah,” 635. 

Bibliography 

Waltke, Bruce K. “Micah.” Pages 591-764 in The Minor Prophets. Edited by Thomas Edward McComiskey. Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 1993. 

 

New Interpreter’s Bible (SBL Handbook 6.3.6) 

Footnotes 

R. Alan Culpepper, “The Gospel of Luke: Introduction, Commentary, and Reflections,” NIB 9:68. 

Culpepper, “The Gospel of Luke,” 365. 

Bibliography 

Culpepper, R. Alan. “The Gospel of Luke: Introduction, Commentary, and Reflections.” NIB 9:3-490. 

 

Dictionary (SBL Handbook 6.3.6-7) 

Footnotes 

John A. Dennis, “Death of Jesus,” DJG, 2nd ed., 172-193, 181. 

Dennis, “Death of Jesus,” 182. 

Bibliography 

Green, Joel B., ed. Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels. 2nd edition. Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2013. 

 

Encyclopaedia (SBL Handbook 6.3.6-7) 

Footnotes 

Bruno, Centrone, "Pythagoras," ER 11:7528-29. 

Centrone, "Pythagoras," 11:7530-31. 

Bibliography 

Jones, Lindsay, ed. Encyclopedia of Religion. 2nd ed.; Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2005. 

 

Lexicon or Theological Dictionary (SBL Handbook 6.3.7) 

Footnotes 

Krister Stendahl, “Disciples,” TDNT 2:418-432, 418. 

Stendahl, “Disciples,” 419. 

Bibliography 

Kittel, Gerhard, and Gerhard Friedrich, eds. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament. Translated by Geoffrey W. Bromiley. 10 vols. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1964-1976. 

 

Thesis or Dissertation - Unpublished (SBL Handbook 6.3.5) 

Footnotes 

Diane T. Student, “Poverty in Mark” (PhD diss., The Fictional Graduate School, 2015), 22–44. 

Student, “Poverty in Mark,” 23. 

Bibliography 

Student, Diane T. “Poverty in Mark.” PhD diss., The Fictional Graduate School, 2015. 

 

ELECTRONIC AND WEB 

eBook, Kindle/Nook (SBL Handbook 6.2.25) 

Footnote 

Jacob L. Wright, David, Kind of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), Kindle edition, ch. 3, “Introducing David.” 

Wright, David, King of Israel, ch. 5, “Evidence from Qumran.” 

Bibliography 

Wright, Jacob L. David, King of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Kindle edition. 

 

Footnote 

Jacob L. Wright, David, Kind of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), Nook edition, ch. 3.2. 

Wright, David, King of Israel, ch. 5.4.  

Bibliography 

Wright, Jacob L. David, King of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Nook edition. 

 

eBook from Internet, doi/URL (SBL Handbook 6.2.25) 

Footnotes 

Ann E. Killebrew and Margreet Steiner, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant: c. 8000–332 BCE (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199212972.001.0001. 

Killebrew and Steiner, Archaeology of the Levant. 

Bibliography 

Killebrew, Ann E. and Margreet Steiner, eds. The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant: c. 8000–332 BCE. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199212972.001.0001. 

 

Footnotes 

Stephen Kaufman. The Akkadian Influences on Aramaic, AS 19 (Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 1974), http://oi.uchicago.edu/ pdf/as19.pdf. 

Kaufman, Akkadian Influences on Aramaic, 123.  

Bibliography 

Kaufman, Stephen. The Akkadian Influences on Aramaic. AS 19. Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 1974. http://oi.uchicago.edu/pdf/as19.pdf. 

 

Electronic Journals Articles, doi/URL (SBL Handbook 6.3.10) 

Footnotes 

Chwi-Woon Kim, “Reading the Book of Habakkuk through a Lens of Cultural Trauma,” JSOT, 45 (December 2020): 217–235, doi.org/10.1177/0309089220903347

Kim, “Reading the Book of Habakkuk through a Lens of Cultural Trauma,” 220. 

Bibliography 

Kim, Chwi-Woon. “Reading the Book of Habakkuk through a Lens of Cultural Trauma.” JSOT, 45 (December 2020): 217–235, doi.org/10.1177/0309089220903347

 

Footnotes 

Myk Habets, “Jesus, the Spirit, and the Unforgivable Sin: A Contribution from Spirit Christology,” Journal of Theological Interpretation 12 (2018): 39-57, https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5325/jtheointe.12.1.0039#metadata_info_tab_contents. 

Habets, “Jesus, the Spirit, and the Unforgivable Sin: A Contribution from Spirit Christology,” 37. 

Bibliography 

Myk Habets. “Jesus, the Spirit, and the Unforgivable Sin: A Contribution from Spirit Christology.” Journal of Theological Interpretation 12 (2018): 39-57, https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5325/jtheointe.12.1.0039#metadata_info_tab_contents. 

 

Websites/Blogs, author known and unknown (SBL Handbook 6.4.15) 

Website 

Footnote 

Kirby Anderson, “Wealth,” Probe Ministrieshttps://www.probe.org/wealth-and-poverty/

Anderson, “Wealth.” 

Bibliography 

Anderson, Kirby. “Wealth.” Probe Ministries. https://www.probe.org/wealth-and- poverty/.  

 

Footnote 

“Title of page,” Name of organization hosting the page, URL. 

“Title of page.” 

Bibliography 

“Name of page.” Name of organization hosting the page. URL. 

 

Blog 

Footnote 

Mark Goodacre, “Jesus’ Wife Fragment: Another Round-Up,” NT Blog, 9 May 2014, http://ntweblog.blogspot.com

Goodacre, “Jesus’ Wife Fragment.” 

Bibliography (not listed) 

 

Newspaper Article from a website  

Footnote 

“US presidential election 2020: Today's four likely scenarios,” New Zealand Herald, November 4, (2020), https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/us-presidential-election-2020-todays-four-likely-scenarios/GXEAJNZOG7PUKX5AOAF7E35MN4/. 

“US presidential election 2020: Today's four likely scenarios.” 

Bibliography (not listed) 

  

eBook, Kindle/Nook (SBL Handbook 6.2.25) 

Footnote 

Jacob L. Wright, David, Kind of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), Kindle edition, ch. 3, “Introducing David.” 

Wright, David, King of Israel, ch. 5, “Evidence from Qumran.” 

Bibliography 

Wright, Jacob L. David, King of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Kindle edition. 

 

Footnote 

Jacob L. Wright, David, Kind of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), Nook edition, ch. 3.2. 

Wright, David, King of Israel, ch. 5.4.  

Bibliography 

Wright, Jacob L. David, King of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Nook edition. 

 

eBook from Internet, doi/URL (SBL Handbook 6.2.25) 

Footnotes 

Ann E. Killebrew and Margreet Steiner, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant: c. 8000–332 BCE (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199212972.001.0001. 

Killebrew and Steiner, Archaeology of the Levant. 

Bibliography 

Killebrew, Ann E. and Margreet Steiner, eds. The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant: c. 8000–332 BCE. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199212972.001.0001. 

 

Footnotes 

Stephen Kaufman. The Akkadian Influences on Aramaic, AS 19 (Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 1974), http://oi.uchicago.edu/ pdf/as19.pdf. 

Kaufman, Akkadian Influences on Aramaic, 123.  

Bibliography 

Kaufman, Stephen. The Akkadian Influences on Aramaic. AS 19. Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 1974. http://oi.uchicago.edu/pdf/as19.pdf. 

 

Electronic Journals Articles, doi/URL (SBL Handbook 6.3.10) 

Footnotes 

Chwi-Woon Kim, “Reading the Book of Habakkuk through a Lens of Cultural Trauma,” JSOT, 45 (December 2020): 217–235, doi.org/10.1177/0309089220903347

Kim, “Reading the Book of Habakkuk through a Lens of Cultural Trauma,” 220. 

Bibliography 

Kim, Chwi-Woon. “Reading the Book of Habakkuk through a Lens of Cultural Trauma.” JSOT, 45 (December 2020): 217–235, doi.org/10.1177/0309089220903347

 

Footnotes 

Myk Habets, “Jesus, the Spirit, and the Unforgivable Sin: A Contribution from Spirit Christology,” Journal of Theological Interpretation 12 (2018): 39-57, https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5325/jtheointe.12.1.0039#metadata_info_tab_contents. 

Habets, “Jesus, the Spirit, and the Unforgivable Sin: A Contribution from Spirit Christology,” 37. 

Bibliography 

Myk Habets. “Jesus, the Spirit, and the Unforgivable Sin: A Contribution from Spirit Christology.” Journal of Theological Interpretation 12 (2018): 39-57, https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5325/jtheointe.12.1.0039#metadata_info_tab_contents. 

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Corporate author/Reports 

Footnotes 

Department of Corrections, Managing Offender Health, 2014, https://www.corrections.govt.nz/resources/newsletters_and_brochures/managing_offender_health_brochure.html

Bibliography 

Department of Corrections. Managing Offender Health, 2014. https://www.corrections.govt.nz/resources/newsletters_and_brochures/managing_offender_health_brochure.html">https://www.corrections.govt.nz/resources/newsletters_and_brochures/managing_offender_health_brochure.html.  

 

Footnotes 

Ministry of Education, The Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum (Wellington: Learning Media, 2000), 57. 

Bibliography 

Ministry of Education. The Arts in the New Zealand Curriculum. Wellington: Learning Media, 2000. 

 

Paper Presented at a Professional Society Meeting (SBL Handbook 6.3.8) 

Footnotes 

Susan Bloggs, "How to reserve a book in the library" (paper presented at the annual meeting of the New Zealand region of Librarians, Auckland, 25 March 2018), 13-17. 

Bloggs, "How to reserve a book in the library," 19. 

Bibliography 

Bloggs, Susan. "How to reserve a book in the library." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the New Zealand region of Librarians, Auckland, 25 March 2018. 

 

Printed/online lecture notes/handouts  

Footnotes 

Sarah Harris, “Nicodemus and the Unnamed Samaritan Woman” (lecture notes, Carey Baptist College, Auckland, March 17, 2020).  

Harris, “Nicodemus and the Unnamed Samaritan Woman.” 

Bibliography 

Harris, Sarah. “Nicodemus and the Unnamed Samaritan Woman.” Lecture notes, Carey Baptist College, Auckland, March 17, 2020. 

 

Lecture  

Footnotes 

Christa McKirland, “Christology: Some Major Challenges” (Lecture delivered at Carey Baptist College. Auckland, July 28, 2020).  

McKirland, “Christology: Some Major Challenges.” 

Bibliography (not listed) 

 

Personal communication, interviews, emails and letters  

Footnotes 

Jenny Student, email message to author, September 2, 2019.  

Student, email.  

Jacinda Ardern, interview by Sam Smith, May 3, 2010. (If the transcript is publicly available, these details can be included) 

Bibliography (not listed) 

 

 

 

 


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