Rev. Dangler, in his WotY Document, suggests the following questions be kept in mind as I’m reading through my requirements, and I’m putting this in outline form in my DP Journal to help me stay focused on what is important (I’m big into punch lists):

  • Include Bibliography Info, Correctly Sited
  • What is the book about?
  • Is there a discernable main thesis?
  • Can I summarise the main points?
  • Why was this book chosen for the requirements?
  • Do I think it should be there?
  • Does it inform my personal practice? If so, how?
  • Does it give me new ideas, open my mind or thoughts, or send me off on a tangent?
  • Could I recommed this to others?
  • Do I have trouble understanding it, or not?
  • Are there things that could make this book better?