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Board of Directors
Stephen Hyde (Chairman)
Chartered Engineer and Managing Director of a Building and Development Company.
Emeritus Professor of Thermodynamics and Combustion Theory at the University of Leeds and author of over 150 research papers. Prof. McIntosh’s research includes biomimetics where natural mechanisms are studied with a view to using them for engineering applications. In particular, his research on the minute combustion chamber of the bombardier beetle has inspired a patented novel spray technology with applications to fuel injectors, pharmaceutical sprays, fire extinguishers and aerosols. This research was awarded the 2010 Times Higher Education award for the Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology. His work has also included investigations into the fundamental link between thermodynamics and information. He has written numerous articles concerning the debate over Origins.
An agriculturalist, also involved with the publication and distribution of evangelical Christian literature, particularly in the Russian language.
A retired teacher with almost four decades of experience in the public and private sectors.
Until recently, Minister of the Inverness congregation of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). Rev. Roberts is well known as a conference speaker in many countries around the world and was formerly a school classics teacher.
Professor in Physical Electronics at the University of Liverpool, and head of the mass spectrometry research group in the School of Engineering, Electronics and Computer Science, Dr Taylor's research involves design, simulation and fabrication of microengineered electronic devices as well as detailed physical measurements at nanoscale dimensions. He is author or co-author of over 200 papers and articles in the scientific literature.
Council of Reference
Professor of Engineering Design, and Head of Mechanical Engineering at Bristol University. Prof. Burgess’ research includes analysis of insect flight mechanisms and the structural efficiency of trees. He is winner of the Worshipful Company of Turners Gold Medal for the design of the solar array deployment system on the £1.4 billion ENVISAT earth observation satellite.
Author of many popular books including Evolution: fact or fiction? Has Science Got Rid of God? and Does God Believe in Atheists?
Gerard A. Chrispin
A lawyer and qualified and experienced in management, he has developed and directs Christian Prisons Resources Ministries.
Minister of Elswick Parish Church [St Stephen and St Paul], Newcastle upon Tyne. Mr Curry is the Chairman of Church Society and a governor of two schools, one primary, the other secondary.
Pastor of Milnrow Evangelical Church, Lancashire.
Formerly a Fellow of Selwyn College and Lecturer in the Engineering Department at Cambridge University, Dr Healey now teaches mathematics at a leading independent school.
Professor and Dean Emeritus, Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield. Elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering for his research on biological systems modelling and control.
Pastor of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, and president of The Master's College and Seminary, John MacArthur is a well known author and broadcaster.
Albert N. Martin
Pastor Of Trinity Baptist Church, in Montville, New Jersey, for forty five years, Albert Martin taught Pastoral Theology for twenty years in the Trinity Ministerial Academy and has extensive experience as a conference speaker.
Dr Barnard has held Senior Lectureships at three UK Universities with a research career in the development of immunodiagnostic tests. He has written over 100 academic papers and several chapters in scientific textbooks. He is currently living and working in Israel.
Nick read Natural Sciences at Downing College, Cambridge (1969 to 1972) and holds a M.A. in Chemistry. After a P.G.Cert.Ed. at Leicester University, he taught Chemistry at Liverpool Blue Coat School for 38 years (Head of Department 1978 to 2006) before retiring in 2011.
Holds a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Science (Geology and Biology) and is a Fellow of the Geological Society. Mr Garner worked for some time as a Senior Information Scientist and is now a full time lecturer and researcher with Biblical Creation Ministries. His current research interests include the depositional environment of the Coconino Sandstone of the Colorado Plateau.
Science and Education Consultant. Dr Jones is a member of the Society of Biology and holds a PhD from Birmingham University for research on the diversification of cichlid fish.
Senior Lecturer in Neuroendocrinology at Cardiff University. Dr Wells is an internationally recognised expert in the actions of ghrelin, a recently discovered hormone produced by the stomach, and teaches hormone-related topics to undergraduate science and medical students.
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It is wrong that any debate, especially on so momentous a subject as the origin of species, and the human race above all, should be arbitrarily declared to be closed.
Paul Johnson (The Spectator, 27 August 2005)