Citation tells your reader that you got an idea from someone else. It consists of a little note in the text of your paper that lets your reader know, and then a much longer note at the end of your paper that tells your reader where to find the original idea.
Citation is tedious, boring and sometimes difficult. You still have to do it. Start collecting the information for your citations as soon as you start reading. Don't leave it to the end.
Turabian(8th ed.) is the Chicago Manual of Style for students and researchers, and is primarily used in Religion.
Additional information on Chicago/Turabian style may be found at the websites below. Please be aware that websites may refer to Author-Date or In-Text styles that are used by some colleges/departments, but the notes (usually footnotes) and bibliography styles are used in most situations at Southeastern: