Context and setting: put the document you’ve chosen into its historical setting. This portion of your essay should answer questions like the following: Was it
important at the time? If so, why? What were the political, economic, religious, and social circumstances of the document? Who wrote it and why? What was its
immediate impact? Who was affected by it directly and indirectly?
Analysis of the text: critically examine the argument or arguments of the document. This portion of your essay should answer questions like the following: what
were the main arguments of the document? How were the arguments made? What were the grounds for these arguments? What logical problems exist in these arguments?
Consequences and conclusions: Interpret the importance of the document you’ve chosen. This portion of your essay should answer questions like the following: why
is this document important? Who has been affected by it and how have they been affected? Who has disagreed with it and why? What is the lasting significance of this
document? How has it been used in debates since it was written? Is it likely to be remembered as an important document in Christian history in 100 years?
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