About the author


<p>Arthur Thomas Doodson was born in Lancashire, England in 1890. &nbsp; Although born profoundly deaf, in his secular career he was an expert on tidal analysis and became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1933, and was also recognized as a Commander of the British Empire. &nbsp; His work is best known for providing the British Army with a prediction of the best tidal and light conditions for the D-Day Landing in 1944.</p> <p>However, Doodson devoted his life not to science, but to Jesus Christ, and was an elder and leader amongst the Churches of God until his death in 1968, aged 78. &nbsp; Doodson provided the impetus for the periodical &quot;Young Mens Corner&quot;, which became Bible Studies in 1933 and is still published today, and was an editor and contributor for many years.&nbsp;</p>