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References

When the source I cite is a commentary referencing the same verse that my own notes are commenting upon, I generally do not make a more specific reference than the title of the source.  For instance, if I am commenting on Genesis 3:1 and cite Barnes’s Notes on this same verse, I might only note that the citation comes from Barnes.  When the source is not so easily located, I try to make a more specific reference to page numbers, etc.

References

Barnes, Albert.  Proverbs-Ezekiel in Barnes’ Notes on the Old and NewTestaments.  Grand Rapids, Michigan:  Baker Book House, 1978.

Gordis, Robert.  The Song of Songs:  A Study, Modern Translation and Commentary:  Texts and Studies of The Jewish Theological

Seminary of  America.  Vol. XX.  New York:  The Jewish Theological Seminaryof  America, 1954.

Murphy, Ronald E.  The Song of Songs: A Commentary on the Book of Canticles or The Song of Songs. Minneapolis: Fortress Press,

1990.

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