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Welcome to the Patristic Theology LibGuide!
This LibGuide will provide you with a starting point for the required research for H311, Patristic Theology, taught by Fr. David Endres.
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The Research Process - Take a moment to reflect on the nature of the research process.
Find Books - Find reference and circulating books that offer information relevant to the study of patristics.
Find Articles - Find articles through journals and databases that offer information relevant to the study of patristics.
Find Web Info - Find reliable, authoritative websites that can contribute to your research.
Conducting Library Research
Writing Research Papers
Course Papers Guide
This LibGuide is an aid for students writing research papers in their courses, with special attention to formatting.
Thesis Guide for MA students
The purpose of this guide is to assist those Special Studies students who must write a thesis or major research paper to complete the Master of Arts in Theology (MAT), Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (MAB), or Master of Arts in Catholic Studies (MACS).
Learn how to format your footnotes and bibliographies using Turabian style.
Learn how to use this free citation manager that makes creating footnotes and bibliographies easier than ever. This software is highly recommended by the library staff!
These Microsoft Word Tutorials range from 40 seconds to 2 minutes each.