Carey Theological College has compiled a set of resources to enable graduate students to do better writing & research. Publications will give students guidelines that are specific to the academic environment of this school. Writing Resources will give students links to a set of outside resources that they may find helpful in their written work. Please click blue titles for links.
A manual introducing students to the proper format for academic papers at Carey.
Indicates the proper format for Doctor of Ministry project title pages at Carey.
Evaluation form, for giving constructive feedback to colleagues
How to format, and write, proposals for a congregational engagement.
The Purdue Online Writing Lab is one of the most detailed and helpful sites for academic reading and writing. Some parts of the site relate only to the writing lab on the Purdue campus, but most of the site provides online resources for every area of academic writing from research, to grammar, to crafting an argument, to proper reference styles, and more. Be sure to explore the site thoroughly.
The Center for Theological Writing at Duke Divinity School provides a set of reading and writing resources developed for seminarians. Some of the resources are specific to Duke Divinity School (such as the “Need More Help?” and “Resources for Faculty”), but most of the site is relevant to Carey students.
The ESL page at the Emory University Writing Center provides many helpful links to online ESL resources at other websites.
Other Web Resources
The New Testament Gateway is the gold standard for websites in any academic field.
The Christian Classics Ethereal Library provides the texts of most classic Christian works that are no longer under copyright.
The Wabash Center for Religion provides an annotated guide to religion resources on the internet.