Good writing skills and competence with a relevant citation style guide are imperative for theological students and professional scholars, but like any other skills, writing skills must be developed and honed through practice. To that end, some available resources include:
- The Chicago Manual of Style Online
- Examples for the Turabian Style of Documentation (The Hotchkiss School)
- Andreas Köstenberger’s editorial in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 44.1 (2001): 1–3
- The Society of Biblical Literature Handbook of Style Student Supplement
- Secrets of SBL Style: What You Need to Know That Hides in Plain Sight
- William Strunk Jr., The Elements of Style (1918)
- Turabian Style Sheet for Bibliography and Notes (University of Manitoba)
- Writing Progress Tracking Spreadsheet (Blank) – See this post for an explanation of how this spreadsheet works.
In addition, various posts on this site that may also provide some helpful guidance for the writing process.