Title                    = {The Search for God: Can Science Help?},
  Author                   = {John Houghton},
  Publisher                = {Lion Books},
  Year                     = {1995},
  Address                  = {Oxford}

  Title                    = {God's Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?},
  Author                   = {John C. Lennox},
  Publisher                = {Lion Books},
  Year                     = {2009},
  Note                     = {Originally published in 2007.}

\title{My Doc}


Our science is God's science. He holds the responsibility for the whole scientific story.\dots The remarkable order, consistency, reliability and fascinating complexity found in the scientific description of the universe are reflections of the order, consistency, reliability and complexity of God's activity.


The quote above is from Lennox2009, and that source quoted it from Houghton1995. I do not have access to the original source. Is there methodical way to make such a citation?

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    You may be interested in tex.stackexchange.com/q/27964/35864, tex.stackexchange.com/q/63484/35864. If this is just a one-off, a manual solution like \mkbibparens{\cite{Houghton1995} as quoted in \cite{Lennox2009}} (untested, but something like this should work) might be easier than building up a big machinery to deal with these sort of things more elegantly.
    – moewe
    Oct 29, 2019 at 6:38
  • Did the linked question help you or are you still looking for an answer? If the latter is the case, please consider editing your question to explain why the linked questions are not what you are looking for.
    – moewe
    Nov 19, 2019 at 19:56
  • Yes, it helped. Thank you.
    – blackened
    Nov 20, 2019 at 4:37


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