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As follows are from the Tyndale Research Guide.

a. Is there a clear message communicated throughout?
b. Are the relationships between the points direct and clear?
c. Is there a relationship between your experience and the author’s? d. Are the details factual?
e. Are the examples and evidence relevant?
f. Is there consistency of thought?
g. What is the author’s bias or slant?
h. What is the author’s motive?
i. What does the author want you to believe?
j. Does this correspond with your own beliefs or experiences?
k. Is the author rational or subjective?
l. Is there a confusion between facts and feelings?
m. Are the main points logically ordered?
n. Are the arguments and conclusions consistent?
o. Are the explanations clear?[/note]

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From Madison, Wisconsin. B.A. Biblical Studies: Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. M.Div. Student at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto, Ontario.

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