Write Research Paper and Annotated Bibliography.
“Creative theological reflection” implies staying away from those academic cardinal sins:
Plagiarism: “[T]o steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one’s own; to use (another’s [work]) without crediting the source” (Webster). To avoid such accidents, you must reference all direct quotes, paraphrases, and original ideas borrowed from someone else.
Recycling: Submitting a paper that was originally written or submitted.
Excessive direct quotations: A research paper is not intended to be just a collection of direct quotations of works that are not your own (even if they are well documented) with your only contribution to the process being well-formulated transitions between quotes along with an introduction and a conclusion. Only quote when absolutely necessary: when you cannot paraphrase the author’s words without losing the substance of his or her thoughts or when your argument requires the exact wording of the writer.
Knowledge of the following bibliography will be an advantage:
Demarest, Bruce. "Systematic Theology," in Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, 2nd ed., ed. Walter A. Elwell (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, (2001):
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