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Notes for Contributors

All editorial correspondence should be sent to: Professor Elizabeth Clark, Department of Religion, Box 90964, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708-0964. Books for review should be sent to Professor Michael Slusser, Department of Theology, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA 15282. Manuscripts (original and one copy) should be typewritten or printed on a letter-quality printer and doublespaced throughout (including quotations and notes). After acceptance for publication, the Journal strongly prefers to receive contributions in Word Perfect (IBM or MAC) or Microsoft Word (IBM or MAC). Either 5½" or 3½" disks are acceptable. Manuscripts can also be submitted in ASCII format (please ask for instructions). Please send a hard copy of the manuscript with the disk. Disk submission guidelines are available from the editor. Most word-processing codes are acceptable, but please avoid all ornate typography; i.e., don't use computerized italics, but underline words to appear in italics; don't use boldface type; and don't vary pitch and font in text. Use a plain font that is not proportional and do not justify righthand margins. Leave hyphenation off. A 100-150 word abstract should accompany each article. Contributors whose papers contain extensive amounts of Greek or Hebrew must contact the editor for special instructions on submitting Greek and Hebrew characters on disk or else transliterate such passages.

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