About the Editor

David Olagoke Olawoyin is a Christian writer and Bible expositor with a passion for and unique insight into the biblically predicted Millennium and the Millennial Kingdom. He is the author of the book We Shall Reign, a critically-acclaimed work that presents a groundbreaking perspective of the Millennial Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ, with an emphasis on the believer’s glorious place in it. His second and much broader book on the Millennial Kingdom, The Evolution of Eternity, is awaiting publication.
After obtaining a first degree in Mechanical 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 attended seminary to pursue a Master of Divinity degree. He, however, found the program un-ideal for his aspirations and later opted for a more specialised course emphasising Biblical Prophecy at The National Bible College, United Kingdom.
A hearing challenge he encountered early in high school has also 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. Scott Hale, author of Broken People, says of Olawoyin’s coming book, The Evolution of Eternity: “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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