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|Q||Philosophy and Religion
Use all Q* codes for: academic, specialist and general adult titles. DO NOT USE: code ‘Q’ itself, but select specific categories from section Q*. QRA* and QRV* codes should be used with other QR* codes to denote which particular religion.
See also: VX* Mind, body, spirit and its subcategories
|QR||Religion and beliefs|
|QRMF||Christianity: sacred texts and revered writings
Use for: canonical and non-canonical writings. Use all QRMF* codes with: QRVC for critiques, exegesis or examinations of texts.
Prefer: the relevant QRMF code for versions of the texts themselves
|QRMF3||Writings of the Early Church Fathers
Class here: Patristics or patrology. Use for: the works of early Christian Writers and with QRVC for critiques of the texts or on its own when just the text
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