About This Blog:

This blog will serve two main purposes:

  1. To publish my reflections and (insights?) on Scripture (the 66 books that make up the Christian Bible)
  2. To interact with and post reviews of books that in some sense relate to Scripture or theology

Just so you know, there is no guarantee as to the frequency of my posts. Perhaps I will post 7 posts in one day. Or I will not post for over a week. In reality, somewhere in-between those two numbers is how often I hope to post.

Also for your information: A good number of the books that I will be interacting with and/or writing reviews of will be ones that I received free in one way or another (e.g., the various Blogging for Books programs that exist). For me personally, the tasks of reading a book, analyzing its main themes, interacting with key points, summarizing the book as a whole, and offering a critique of it will be beneficial for me as I seek to understand contemporary theological trends and practice the skill of reading and writing.

Thanks again for arriving here at this blog and reading thus far. Feel free to read a number of posts and comment on them.

About the Author:


Dan Radke is husband to Rachel and a student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also the founder and administrator of eChristianResources, your source for free, quality, electronic Christian resources from an Evangelical worldview. In the past, he has worked in youth ministry and school age care.

Through his writing and ministry, Dan desires to point people of all ages to Jesus as the all-satisfying Savior who is worthy of their worship and their life. Dan is passionate about fulfilling a specific aspect of the Great Commission (along with all of it) that many people in ministry often forget or neglect: “…teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you…” (Matthew 28:20a).

Dan’s formal education includes degrees from the University of Northwestern—St. Paul (B.A., Biblical Studies; B.S., History) in St. Paul, MN. Currently, he is furthering his education and training for a lifetime of ministry by pursuing a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Rachel
    May 23, 2011 @ 14:47:51

    hello ❤ 🙂


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