Krystle (krystle_ab) wrote in thequestionclub,

The Bloody Bible

I know, I know, you hate Homework questions, but I think the answer will be simple enough, I just don't know it yet...

How do I reference the Bible in an essay?

When referencing other books I need to
Present full bibliographic details in the following order:
1. author’s surname and initial(s)
2. year of publication
3. title of publication (in italics and with minimal capitalisation)
4. edition (if applicable. Abbreviated as ‘edn’)
5. publisher
6. place of publication

now, I actually got my quotes online, but that doesn't matter. I can get 2-6 easy enough. Its the author but that is troubling me.

I am quoting

1 Peter 2:9,10

Is Peter then the author? (or 1 Peter)


Should I be quoting this like a collection and with Peter as the author and the publisher as the editor?


Something entirely different?

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Really.

P.S. I did Google, but I kept getting essays on the bible

Okay got my answer and you obviously need a new question or two...

What is the worst thing someone has ever said about you behind your back,?
How did that information get back to you?
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