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Answered By: Amy Harris - Southeastern University
Last Updated: May 04, 2016     Views: 344

Generally, you are going to cite the notes much like you would cite any other book.

For APA:Book

Reference Page:

Thompson, F.C. (Ed.).(1988). The origin and growth of the English bible. In Thompson Chain-Reference Bible (pp.1585-1588). Indianapolis, IN:Kirkbride Bible Co.

In-text Citation:

..."" the Word of God was locked up in the Latin tongue"... (Thompson, 1988, p. 1586).

For other citation styles see:

Generally, you are going to cite the notes much like you would cite any other book.