Style Sheet for Submissions to the
Journal of Book of Mormon Studies
"And we did beat them again, and did slay a great number of them, and their dead were cast into the sea" (Mormon 3:8).
However, at the end of a block quotation, the punctuation precedes the reference:
And we did beat them again, and did slay a great number of them, and their dead were cast into the sea. (Mormon 3:8)
Britain was invaded successfully in 55 B.C. and A.D. 1066.
for numbers between and including 1 and 99, use no abbreviations: 25–29, 89–92
when first number is 100 (or multiple of 100), use all digits: 100–109, 200–206
for first number between 101 and 109 (or 201 and 209, etc.), use changed part only (omit unneeded zeros): 101–9, 203–5
for first number between 110 and 199 (or 210 and 299, etc.), use two digits or more as needed: 111–18, 1536–38
Examples of First Citations
Harold H. Rowley, The Zadokite Fragments and the Dead Sea Scrolls (Oxford: Blackwell, 1952), 1–3.
Augustin Bea, "Divino Afflante Spiritu," Biblica 24 (1943): 316 (emphasis added).
Erwin R. Goodenough, Jewish Symbols in the Greco-Roman Period, 2nd ed. (New York: Pantheon Books, 1953), 1:25.
Henry J. Cadbury, "Acts and Eschatology," in The Background of the New Testament and Its Eschatology, ed. William D. Davies and David Daube (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1956), 319.
Hugh W. Nibley, Lehi in the Desert; The World of the Jaredites; There Were Jaredites (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and F.A.R.M.S., 1988), 153–282.
Examples of Subsequent Citations
Rowley, The Zadokite Fragments, 1–3.
Bea, "Divino Afflante Spiritu," 315.
Goodenough, Jewish Symbols, 1:25.
Cadbury, "Acts and Eschatology," 319.
Nibley, Lehi in the Desert, 153–282.
Refer to the Chicago Manual of Style, 14th ed., for further matters of style.