SBL style is now a widely-adopted formatting standard for writing in biblical studies. Unfortunately, it’s also pretty complicated.
Much of the complexity results from several lesser-known “open secrets” that should guide us users through what SBL style asks of us.
But it doesn’t need to be that hard or cost you extra hours (re)editing a manuscript to bring it into line with what SBL style requires.
To help dispel the mystery and save you this time and effort, I’ve put together a new guide, Secrets of SBL Style: What You Need to Know That Hides in Plain Sight.
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