Here are your professor's instructions for the types of resources that may be used: Course textbooks may be used. In addition to these books, approximately 10 high-quality, scholarly sources must be used. A scholarly source is one that is published in print by an academic publisher, university, or scholarly society. Academic journal articles and printed books (or electronic books) are acceptable sources. Articles appearing on scholarly websites published and maintained by universities or scholarly societies (such as the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) may be used; but generic websites (such as bible.org, CARM.org, Wikipedia, personal websites, blogs, etc.) must not be used.
Given the nature of the assignment, you must consult and use several sources written from a perspective defending the worldview of your selected target audience. Liberty University’s online research tools can be used, which will provide full-text electronic copies of print sources.
The final section, "Citations," serves to assist you in correctly citing the information sources you use. A sample paper is included.
As you begin, please refer to your assignment instructions and announcements from your instructor to be certain you use the appropriate resources. You also want to be aware of materials you are not allowed to use, such as Wikipedia, blogs, websites listed above, etc. Use the Library resources. Don't just Google your topic.
Please feel free to contact the Liaison Librarian using the contact information on the left if you need additional research assistance.