As an example, if you wanted to search for sources discussing Martin Luther and his view of atonement, you could use him as a subject rather than an author and the term ‘atonement’ as a keyword. (Names are usually indexed by last name then first, but using Martin Luther will also work.) By using Luther as a subject, you will find articles about Luther, written by others. Conducting a search with Luther as an author will find his own works that discuss atonement.
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