Putin’s Ukrainian Strategy Exposed with Special Guest Michael MacKay
RADICALIZED: Truth Survives
Michael MacKay has a Ph.D. in political philosophy from the London School of Economics. He has been involved in Ukraine since independence, working there as a university lecturer, Internet project director, and international election observer. MacKay’s extended analysis covers Russia's hybrid war against democracy worldwide, including the Trump-for-President active measure against the United States.
Episode 31: The Chamber of Father Whitmer (Michael MacKay)
The Prophet Joseph Smith once taught that “all priesthood is Melchizedek.” Thus, the restoration of the priesthood can be understood as a series of heavenly events, including a relatively unknown experience with the Lord at Peter Whitmer Sr.’s farmhouse. In this powerful episode, Dr. Michael Hubbard MacKay explains what happened “in the chamber of old Father Whitmer” (D&C 128:21) and why it matters to our understanding of priesthood.
Episode 4: Watering The Garden Featuring Michael Mackay
The Anxious Baller Podcast
Michael Mackay is currently the (2020-21) High Performance Manager for Team Canada. Coach Mackay is consistently learning and exploring ideas around the game of basketball. He is a passionate teacher who focuses on life lessons throughout sport to help engage athletes and coaches. In today’s podcast, Jon and Coach Mackay talk about having a true purpose, metacognition, and being a transformational coach.
Joseph Smith History 1:27-65 : Dr. Michael MacKay: Part II
Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast
Why were Joseph and others searching for treasure? How did the Smith family's financial straits play into Joseph not receiving the plates for years, and how was marriage essential for Joseph? In Episode 3, Part II, we discuss how crucial it was for a woman to be a part of founding the Church, the effect of Alvin's death on the Smith Family, and the evidence of a stone box on the Hill Cumorah.
Joseph Smith History 1:27-65 : Dr. Michael MacKay: Part I
Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast
Imagine Joseph Smith, not as the prophet of the Restoration, but as a teenager filled with a cheery temperament. What was Joseph like before he was a Latter-day Saint? We get to know a teenager as he becomes a married prophet as Dr. Michael MacKay explains what it means that Joseph “has a work . . . to do." Suppose each religion and people are like a unique, indispensable fabric woven together by the golden thread of the Gospel, temple covenants, and the Savior; what is our part in the sewing? Dr. Michael MacKay reminds us that every human being has already chosen the Savior. Join us as we discuss how Joseph Smith brings forth what is to become the most inclusive religion the world has ever known.
142: Business Development and Success Metrics for Lawyers - Michael MacKay
Legal Marketing Launch with Bentley Tolk
Mike MacKay became President of Cross Platform Businesses – now Bloomberg BNA Plus – in November 2016. In March 2014, he joined Bloomberg BNA as Vice President, Cross Platform Businesses. In that role, he was responsible for commercial operations, focusing on driving direct and indirect growth. MacKay received a bachelor’s degree in business communications from Calvin College.
163: BYU Professor Dr. Michael MacKay and His Students Discuss Evolution and Religion with Dr. Michael Ruse
Mormon Stories - LDS
In this special episode, BYU History Professor Dr. Michael MacKay share a 1 hour presentation exploring science, evolution, religion, and the LDS Church with Dr. Michael Ruse, one of the world’s leading experts in the philosophy of science, and author of the book: Can a Darwinian be a Christian? The Relationship between Science and Religion, published by the University of Cambridge Press in 2001.
Dr. Michael Mackay, Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Adjunct Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Michigan State University, 6/14/06
SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
Nanotechnology, plastics, solar energy, neutron scattering. Professor Michael Mackay's research interests are in the area of nanotechnology and its application to plastic materials. His most recent work has been published in Science and Nature Materials where very unusual phenomena have been discovered when nanoparticles are added to polymers or plastics.