Academic Papers

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  3. Noemi Meza

    I would like cite your paper about “The Theology of the Reformers: The Sacramental Theology of the Reformers.” I would you mind adding bibliografical information for that purpose?
    Thank you,

    Noemi

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    1. cds Post author

      Thank you, Noemi–I’m honored. What kind of bibliographical information do you need? If you’re wondering how you would cite the paper, it depends on the style you’re using (MLA, Chicago, AP…), but I think for most you just need the URL, the date (which is on the front of the paper), the date you accessed it, and the page number. If you mean something else, please clarify and I’ll try to help you. 🙂

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  4. Ella

    I would like to cite your paper The English Reformation: The Motives, Causes and Results of the Henrician Reformation–A Brief Inquiry, please could you provide some bibliographical information like the date and anything else relevant. thank you very much

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    1. cds Post author

      Hello, Ella! I’m glad that paper will be of use to you. I wrote it in 2009. I’m not sure what other information you may need, since it hasn’t been published anywhere except on this site. You should be able to cite it as an internet resource using whatever citation standard your style guide requires for online resources. For example, I believe the Chicago Manual of Style standard would have you cite it as follows:

      “The English Reformation: The Motives, Causes and Results of the Henrician Reformation–A Brief Inquiry,” by Colin D. Smith, accessed April 20, 2016, http://www.colindsmith.com/papers/The%20Henrician%20Reformation.pdf.

      I hope that helps! 🙂

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