Rick Shrader‘s Review:
I was given this 1991 book and could tell immediately that it would be a profitable guide for Christian men and women to learn to read and study their Bibles. Its three-fold outline of Observation, Interpretation, Application, provides a solid approach (ie grammatical-historical) to rightly dividing the Word. It deals gently with the biblical languages on a layman’s level and yet encourages detailed study of each paragraph and sentence of the text. Being a more recent book on biblical interpretation, it has a number of nice charts and grafts and a “you try it” section in each chapter. William is Howard Hendrick’s son.