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Do you need fast editing service?  When you need a quick turnaround for your document, here are some suggestions that will help: Use a service that you trust. Some websites will promise fast service, but they can only deliver within a few weeks.  Be sure that you use a proofreading or editing company that will actually help you in a short …

Grammar Tip: Colons vs. Semicolons

What is the difference between a colon and a semicolon? It’s easy to confuse these — mostly because of their similar names.  In reality, they function quite differently. Here are some quick definitions and easy ideas to keep them straight: Colon (:) A colon is used to show internal information, such as equivalence, additional detail, or a list.  It is …

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Academic Resources for Religious/Philosophical/Scriptural Study

Academic resources are those sources written by experts in that respective topic or field.  These academically-leaning sources can include encyclopedias, journal articles, scientific research papers, academic dictionaries, and so forth.  Generally, these do not include blogs, magazines, radio broadcasts, tv shows, and common websites.  If in doubt, you can ask yourself these questions: Does the author have at least a master’s degree in …