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Writing/Composition: Chicago/Turabian

Use this guide to help when writing papers.

Available in the Library:

You can find the following manuals on the Reserve shelf in our library available for consultation: 

Turabian/Chicago Style

The Chicago/Turabian Style is used for the Senior Capstone Research Project (THE 483) and all graduate level classes in the Church Ministries Department. 

It's always good to check with your professors first to see what style they prefer. 

NOTE:  Except for a few minor differences, Turabian style is the same as the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS).  The main difference is that the Chicago Manual of Style was written to provide guidelines on publishing in general, and Turabian provides guidelines for student papers, theses, and dissertations. 

Turabian Style - Online Resources