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Doctor of Ministry: Preparing your DMin Paper

Core Resources for DMin Students

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What if CTS does not have the book I need?

Search WorldCat, a worldwide database of local, national and international libraries. Once you find the item needed, you can place an interlibrary loan request through WorldCat, and the book will be delivered to you at the CTS Library. 

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Citation & Reference Tools

Use the 8th edition of A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Turabian) for footnote and bibliographic citations. However, you can choose another style manual after consulting with your advisor (eg. SBL). Keep in mind that you must use a selected style consistently. The Learning Commons provides access to the following style guides:

Quick Tip

Turabian is the abridged version of the Chicago Manual of Style developed for students.

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Reference Management Tools

Preparing Abstracts for Research in Ministry (RIM Online)

Research in Ministry (RIM® Online), an index to Doctor of Ministry and Doctor of Missiology project reports and theses, is an abstracting and indexing service that uses author abstracts to provide a useful access tool for clergy, students, and others on practical aspects of religious ministry. If you wish to participate, please submit the following online form: