How to cite the SAET

The St Andrews Encyclopaedia of Theology (SAET) is a free, open access resource for scholars at all levels. When you want to use information from any article is it is important that you follow good academic practice in citing that material appropriately. Below is an example drawn from the Chicago Manual of Style (17th Edition) for how you can do so. This can be adapted for the citation style appropriate to where and how you intend to use the cited material.

  1. Notes
    Roy Gane, 'Sacrifice in the Old Testament', accessed 17 April, 2019, https://www.saet.ac.uk/article/sacrifice-oldtestament.
  2. Shortened notes
    Gane, 'Sacrifice'.
  3. Bibliography entries
    Gane, Roy. 'Sacrifice in the Old Testament'. Accessed 17 April, 2019. https://www.saet.ac.uk/article/sacrifice-oldtestament.

If you need to cite an earlier, archived version of an article for any reason you should follow the same rules, but instead of using date of access provide the date of archive  for the version you are viewing.

  1. Notes
    Roy Gane, 'Sacrifice in the Old Testament', last modified 10 April, 2015, https://www.saet.ac.uk/article/sacrifice-oldtestament.
  2. Shortened notes
    Gane, 'Sacrifice'.
  3. Bibliography entries
    Gane, Roy. 'Sacrifice in the Old Testament'. Last modified 10 April, 2015. https://www.saet.ac.uk/article/sacrifice-oldtestament.