The Heythrop Journal
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Edited By: Patrick Madigan
Online ISSN: 1468-2265
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5) In the endnotes, full bibliographical details are given in the first reference to a book or article, as follows:
[book] David Pailin, Christology and Symbol (London: Tolbury Press, 1983), p. 5 [or: pp. 5-12]; or
T. Fowler, `Feminist Hermeneutics' in Garth I. Harries and R. Fisher (eds.), Biblical Hermeneutics (Edinburgh: McTaigh Publications, 1977), pp. 143-61 (here pp. 123-5).
[article] S. Snaith, `Augustine's Exegesis of Romans 5:12', Biblical Interpretation 21 (1991), pp. 157-83.
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