Answered By: Michael Cullen Last Updated: Apr 09, 2019 Views: 12
Classical and religious works are cited only within the text of your essay, unless you are using a translated copy.
In Chicago Manual of Style
References to classical primary sources and to the Jewish or Christian scriptures are ordinarily given only in-text or notes.
AGLC does not have a rule for the Bible. Law students undertaking their Logos or Core Curriculum units should follow the information in the Chicago Referencing Guide: Religious & Classical works for citing Biblical books.
See the Referencing Guide - Religious & Classical Works tabs for each of these styles for examples and more details.