There will be a questions & answer time.  Come ready to interact with John to get answers to your questions about creation.


John Mackay is a man you want to hear about the truth and the evidence for God’s Word about Creation and the Creator Christ who made it. He is unashamedly Christian and a keen promoter of the Biblical account being accurate and authoritative from the very beginning of the creation account in Genesis to the last page of revelation.  He speaks and debates the evidence and implications regarding this issue internationally in schools, universities and churches.

He is an international speaker.  He has been lecturing on the subject of origins and doing field research worldwide for the last 30 years.  A science teacher for many years, he was instrumental in establishing Creation Research in Australia and is currently the International Director of Creation Research.  His many years in teaching have enabled him to communicate well to all ages.  John leads fossil field trips and dinosaur digs around the planet.  He has lectured and done research in the USA, UK, Europe, Canada, The Caribbean, New Zealand, Australia and Asia on the evidence for Creation and Noah’s Flood.

Such experience has given him a practical breadth of knowledge of the overwhelming evidence against evolution.  Most of John’s research has been captured on film. He has been the keynote speaker at events such as the 2014 and 2017 UK AiG Mega conference along with Ken Ham Mega in Birmingham, Canada’s Muscoka Baptist Conventions, Australia’s Warwikck Ester Conventions.

He has been in debates against evolutionists such as Dr. John Polkinghorne, John Turner and Richard Dawkins.  Many of his debates have been recorded and can be seen on his website:

For more information:

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Some of John’s most popular presentations are below.

DEBATE against Cambridge Prof John Polkinghorne here.

Richard Dawkins INTERVIEWS John Mackay  (1 of 2) here.

Richard Dawkins: INTERVIEWS John Mackay Interview (2 of 2) here.

Documentary ‘Time’s up Darwin’. See preview here.


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