Tag: SBL Handbook of Style
SBL style has a specific way to cite individually paginated articles from electronic journals. But Zotero can handle those citations too.
There are more up-to-date translations of the fathers. But if you do use ANF or NPNF, Zotero can handle SBL style’s special citation format.
You might think that citing a grammar according to the SBL Handbook of Style would be pretty straightforward (affiliate disclosure).1 And you’d be right, but there are several special cases to account for. 1. Cite section numbers wherever possible. Instead of citing a grammar by page number, you should cite by section number wherever possible…
SBL style prescribes different citation formats for encyclopedias, lexicons, and dictionaries. Zotero can handle these formats if you know how.
The guidance about page number placement in the Student Supplement for the SBL Handbook of Style is mostly clear. But some of it takes some guesswork.
SBL style shares much with Chicago but also has many details specific to biblical studies. Here’s a 7-step checklist to help you master SBL style.