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Turn to Writing & Citation for the basic tools to help you organize your drafts, structure theological papers correctly, and make sure you have the proper citation format.
The resources found on the Where Do I Start? page can provide the jumping off point for your research path. They include reference and introductory materials that will help you define the focus and scope of your topic and establish a basic knowledge foundation. Many of these resources also feature great bibliographies that can point you toward more in-depth materials as you move forward.
Readings related to your course materials and suggestions for searching the online card catalog for relevant research materials can be found on the Find Books page.
Find Articles can help point you to the appropriate databases for your subject or topic as well as provide basic information for navigating those databases.
There is an abundance of statistical information to be found on the internet, but not all of it is from credible sources. The Find Statistics page can help you identify appropriate and legitimate statistical sources for your research.