Turabian & SBL Resources
Students at CCCTS are expected to use standard writing styles when submitting papers. These writing styles cover the formatting of the paper and the documenting of information sources in the paper. For undergraduates, the approved writing style is Turabian. Graduate students are expected to use the Society of Biblical Literature Style.
For examples of footnotes, bibliographic citations, and page formatting tips, read below:
(For Graduate Students)
Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) is the standard citation style for all graduate courses at Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary. The librarian has compiled some resources to teach students how to use this citation style.
A PDF file approved by CCCTS faculty to format papers and cite sources in SBL style.
A convenient citation builder developed by Pitts Theology Library to format citations instantly.
Free download of high-resolution Greek and Hebrew characters for digital and print use.
Supporting the Library
Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary is a 501(c)3 organization. All donations to the institution are tax-deductible. The Goldberg library is actively soliciting donations of biblical and theological books and audio-visual materials. If you are interested in donating to our library, please contact the library staff at 704.334.6882 x104. For your convenience, a donation form can be completed and sent via email to the Library.
Library Wish List
The Director of Library and Archives maintains a wish list on Amazon.com of desired titles and equipment for the Goldberg Library. Please prayerfully consider blessing the library with these items. If you would like to honor someone through your gift, please inform the Director of Library and Archives so that she/he might send you a thank you letter and designate the honoree with a book plate.
Goldberg 1996 Library Club
The Goldberg 1996 Library Club is a tangible way to support God's work at Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary. The Library will develop the 1996 Library Club to attract donors to give via the library website. Donors will be encouraged to give $19.96 to commemorate the year the institution was founded. Donating to this fund supports the operating budget of the library. Moreover, it helps the library update its technologies, add quality books and media, and fund workshops hosted by the library staff. Please contact the library for more information about donating to the Goldberg 1996 Library Club.
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