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Please bear in mind that if you plagiarize content from someone else's work, you are essentially stealing credit from that person. Following these guidelines will allow you to use well-documented information in your own ministry while showing the respect and courtesy due to the original author.
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Common knowledge does not need to be referenced. Information that is widely known (such as that found in reference books) is considered common knowledge. Example: Operational science makes predictions about events in the future, not historical events in the past.
 Morris, H. M. 2003. Willingly Ignorant. Acts & Facts. 32 (12).
Note: Articles that are referenced online should also include a link to the relevant ICR web page. For the above reference, the link is http://icr.org/article/491/.