Answered By: Anne Greenshields Last Updated: Oct 22, 2018 Views: 191
AGLC is predominantly concerned with citing legal materials and these rules have to be manipulated to make them work for religious texts.
Citation in the body of your work:
When you cite the Bible in the body of your work you do not need to add either a footnotes or an entry in your bibliography.
In the body of your work include the Book Chapter:Verse. Version information should be included the first time you refer to a Biblical text from that version. You do not need to identify the version in subsequent references unless you switch to a different version.
"And the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it" John 1:5 (King James Version).
The laws of Moses as stated in Leviticus 19:15 are challenged by....
For other examples of citing religious texts in AGLC follow the links below.