Thursday, September 11, 2008
Welcome to the Online Bibliography of the Paul and Scripture Seminar of the Society of Biblical Literature
One of the projects of the seminar is to create a collaborative online bibliography to assist scholars in performing research on Paul's use of Scripture. The bibliography was set up in wiki format so that interested scholars can maintain and update the file over time. Anyone can use the site on a read-only basis, but users who wish to add resources to the bibliography or otherwise contribute to its maintenance (e.g., by adding summaries and keywords to the entries) should send a message to email@example.com to request editing privileges. Individual items may also be submitted to this address for entry into the bibliography.
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
To access the online bibliography, click here. The first screen lists only recent edits. To see a full listing of materials in the bibliography, click here and then click on the word "List." You can also do this from the bibliography page by going to "Resources," then "List," then "List" again (leaving the other items unchanged).
For detailed instructions on using and/or editing the bibliography, click here. Information about how to perform searches can be found in the file entitled "Sorting and selecting resources." You can also access this information from the bibliography page by clicking on "Resources" and then "News."
To bypass this welcome screen, bookmark this link.
The default style sheet for the online bibliography is The SBL Handbook of Style, edited by Patrick H. Alexander et al. (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1999). An electronic version of the handbook can be downloaded at sbl-site.org/assets/pdfs/SBLHS.pdf.