Australia, 5 June, 2015
Today ComWriter released 21 theology journal style guides to their bank of styles, making it a more robust site for theology writing than either Endnote or Zotero. Of special interest is the ability of ComWriter to style references and footnotes to biblical literary standards.
Dr Glassop, founder & CEO of ComWriter said “Theology writing is complex given its historic origins”, “nonetheless, biblical literature deserves the support of modern technology”.
Other features unique to ComWriter include the use of biblical fonts (Greek, Hebrew and Lit), enabling Old Testament researchers, and other specialty fields, to compile accurate text online.
Dr Glassop said there were ten other journal style guides under development that would be released shortly. Currently, ComWriter supports:
- AJS Review (Association for Jewish Studies)
- Australian Biblical Review
- Australian Ejournal of Theology
- Church History
- Communio: International Catholic Review
- Harvard Theological Review
- Heythrop Journal
- History of Religions
- International Journal of Practical Theology
- International Journal of Systematic Theology
- Irish Theological Quarterly
- Journal of Beliefs and Values: Studies in religion and education
- Journal of Biblical Literature
- Journal of Early Christian Studies
- Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
- Journal of Ecclesiastical History
- Pacifica: Australasian theological studies
- Review of Biblical Literature
- Semeia Studies
- TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism
- Theological Studies
These styles are primarily based on Chicago footnotes or the style developed by the Society for Biblical Literature (USA).
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