Justin Daniel is an aspiring writer, theologian, historian, and educator. Over the course of 10 years, he has enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in History and Religion from Liberty University, attended the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in the Master of Divinity Program with an emphasis in Christian Ministry, and Vanguard University for a Master of Education with a Single Subject Credential in History. All of this has contributed to his love for reading. In 2014, he challenged himself to read and write about 52 books. Since then, he has gone on to read over 60 books each year. This, coupled with his seminary education, has propelled him to continue to create content that is useful for people, particularly as they navigate an often confusing cultural landscape that is counterintuitive to the Christian worldview. His interests are: in history, art history, the Enlightenment, the Reformation, American history (late 19th century and early 20th century), World War I, and modern history; in theology: soteriology, eschatology (Premillennialism and Amillennialism in particular), worldview studies/philosophy. When Justin is not in school, he enjoys lifting weights and running, watching football (go Seahawks!), baking bread, and hanging out with his beautiful wife.