About the Editor

David Olagoke Olawoyin is a Christian writer and Bible expositor with a unique insight into the biblical promise of the Millennium and the millennial kingdom. He is the author of The Global Destiny People: Rediscovering the Armies of Heaven and the Biblical Promise of the Millennium, a critically acclaimed book that presents a groundbreaking perspective on the millennial kingdom, with an emphasis on the believer’s glorious place in it.
After obtaining a first degree and postgraduate certificate in engineering and several years of in-depth biblical studies – which date back to his undergraduate years, at which time his prophetic insight into the Millennium also began – he made a commitment to Christian writing and ministry and entered seminary to pursue a Master of Divinity degree. He, however, found the environment and program of that particular institution unsuitable for his circumstances and aspirations and later opted for a more specialized course emphasizing Biblical Prophecy at The National Bible College, United Kingdom.
A hearing challenge he encountered early in high school has had the disguised benefit of sharpening his perception and imagination and adding a unique dimension to his writings, which have attracted some outstanding reviews from around the world. The Christian writer Scott Hale says, “I am truly amazed at the scope of your [vision]. I cannot recall anyone speaking of Biblical Prophecy and the ‘Last Act’ – that is, the Millennium and the Ever-After that follows – in the manner that you have, nor attempting to view the Millennium with any skill, unless perhaps the grandmaster of allegory, C.S. Lewis.” David Robie, a professional literary critic adds: “You show not only a scholarly approach, but a readable one... and use readily-identifiable references from modern films and books. I am most impressed, however, by your clear writing and obvious skill at language.”
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