Answered By: Timothy Grasso
Last Updated: Jun 03, 2020     Views: 3777

I'd suggest looking at examples of website citations in the Chicago Manual of Style. You can access the CMOS 17th edition through our library database portal: https://infoguides.fuller.edu/az.php

It includes the Citation Quick Guide: https://www-chicagomanualofstyle-org.fuller.idm.oclc.org/tools_citationguide/citation-guide-1.html#cg-website

See also Chapter 14: Notes and Bibliography 14.207: Citing web pages and websites
Chapter Contents / Websites, Blogs, and Social Media

https://www-chicagomanualofstyle-org.fuller.idm.oclc.org/book/ed17/part3/ch14/psec207.html

Note

"Genesis 1,"  Bible Hub, Expositor's Bible Commentary, accessed August 20, 2018, https://biblehub.com/commentaries/expositors/genesis/1.html.

Shortened note

Bible Hub, "Genesis 1. Expositor's Bible Commentary."

Bibliographical citation

Bible Hub. "Genesis 1." Expositor's Bible Commentary. Accessed August 20, 2018. https://biblehub.com/commentaries/expositors/genesis/1.html.

Comments (1)

  1. Hard-copy commentaries are definitely preferable (for example, in the source below, Bible Hub gives different dates of publication for the volume on the series page and on the volume page), but if you must use Bible Hub, I'd suggest including all the information you can, as in the following:

    Note:
    Herbert Edward Ryle, Genesis [italicized], Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges [Cambridge University Press, 1914], Genesis 1:1, https://biblehub.com/commentaries/cambridge/genesis/1.htm.
    by Rebecca Miller on Sep 24, 2019.