Inductive Study

An inductive study is an investigative way of studying sources that can be used by both new and seasoned students alike. It’s a powerful tool for those who want to learn how to study sources well. When applied properly, the inductive method will provide a better overall understanding of a source —what it says, what it meant to its original audience, and what it means today.

Anyone can use the inductive method by following three simple steps:

  • Observation
  • Interpretation
  • Application

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