I have the book How to Read the Bible for all its worth, however the authors are Charismatic and seem to think women can be pastors. I also have the book The Hermeneutical Spiral, however its way too technical as it was assigned in a seminary class. I also have this book of which is on my shelf that I did not read. 30 Days to Understanding the Bible in 15 Minutes a Day: is it any good and is it worth the effort? Its not the Reformed way of doing Hermeneutics, however if I were to get RC's book on the topic I am afraid I might come away with a Preterist view of Eschatology and away from my Calvinistic Dispensationalist views. I wish to study the Bible more in 2014 & a good aide will probably help but it must be a good one with the right interpretations of the text and not one that promotes Preterism, Post Millennialism, Charismatic Theology, or a gender neutral view of the role of women in the church.