John Skinner

Press Service International

John Skinner served as an infantry soldier in Vietnam then the Tasmanian Police before taking up the position of CEO of the Australian Rough Riders Association (professional rodeo based in Warwick Qld). Before retirement to his small farm, he was a photo-journalist for 25 years. He is married with 3 children and 7 grandchildren.

  • Evolution in a Quandary over Cave Paintings

    Three different sets of ancient cave paintings have continued to throw the theory of evolution on its head.

  • Why Aren’t Dinosaurs Mentioned in the Bible?

    Few creatures capture the imagination of both young and old as much as the large dinosaurs.

  • 'How could God let something like this happen?'

    There has been a chain letter that has been circulating for many years in e-mail boxes, and more recently in social media, which claims to be the contents of an interview of Billy Graham's daughter Anne Graham Lotz on CBS’s The Early Show.

  • “Dr Livingstone, I presume?”

    In 1871, Welsh-American adventurer Henry Morton Stanley succeeded in his well-publicised search for ‘missing’ Scottish missionary/explorer David Livingstone.

  • Easter Symbols

    Easter must be on its way – or at least it’s what we used to believe but those buns seem to be on ‘special’ anytime from Christmas onwards. I’ve even seen them before Christmas.

  • The first gentile revival

    The first great revival among the gentiles has been hi-jacked by a whale or a ‘great fish.’

  • Rabbits

    Rabbits were a topic of conversation at almost every meal when I was growing up in the 1950s.

  • Chooks

    If you are reading this article from outside Australia or New Zealand, you may not know what a ‘chook’ is. Well, it’s a domestic fowl, a chicken.

  • Mark, my friend

    When Mark Tronson turned up at Warwick Rodeo in 1984 with a pair of sunglasses worn over the top of his normal glasses, he didn’t make a great impression on the rodeo people.

  • Was Jesus crucified on Good Friday?

    Jesus said he would be in ‘the heart of the earth’ (tomb) for three days and three nights (Matthew 12:40, NAS), but we know he was raised on the third day.