The following article
reveals the UBF principle to study the Bible. If you read carefully, the UBF principle looks like a recipe for how to prepare Ramyen for brunch. It focuses more on technicality of 'how to do it'. For example, part e of section 3 reads:e. Study how the theme or main point is developed throughout the rest of the Bible. Search for the theme in both Old and New Testaments; for example: Ge 3:15; 12:7; 13:15; 22:18; Gal 3:16
But throught the whole article, there is no mention of 'What should be considered a theme or main point?' For example, is the UBF style of marriage by faith a theme or main point developed throughout the rest of the Bible? Well, once you start to ask this question, you are considered a Satan in UBF. So how does the UBF Bible study guide help you 'study how the theme or main point is developed throughout the rest of the Bible'?
I think a good Bible study guide should be designed to help sheep ask more fundamental questions about UBF theology (or any other organizational doctrines) than to make him conform to UBF style of thinking.