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At 2:42pm on April 14, 2009, Geoff J. Henley said…
Thank youl, Terence. Here is a link to an excerpt for my book: Beyond Reasonable Doubt: A Lawyer's Case for Disbelief in God.
> https://www2.xlibris.com/bookstore/bookdisplay.asp?bookid=47962
In it you will find some of the traditional cosmological arguments, but there is a lot of different information concerning how theism is wholly incompatible with traditional due process, contractual capacity and standards for admissibility of scientific evidence at trial.

You can also go to the website: www.geoffhenley.com

Best personal regards,

Geoff
At 6:20am on April 14, 2009, PigDiesel said…
Thanks for the welcome. I wish I had found this site years ago. It would have saved me a lot of wasted time searching for my "faith". Everytime I login I can't get this stupid grin off my face.
At 2:46pm on April 12, 2009, Mr. Jones said…
Thank you. :)
At 6:32pm on April 11, 2009, Brandon Benkosky said…
Thanks for the welcoming. I am glad I am glad I found this place.
At 10:06pm on April 10, 2009, Elizabeth Ashley said…
Hi Dr. Terence Meaden! Thanks for the warm welcome.
At 7:30pm on April 10, 2009, Karen said…
Dr. Meaden,
Thank you for the welcome to Nexus. I have been searching for a common group of people who do not believe in the exhistance of a god. I have been doing some research in the past few weeks on people that are currently involved in humanism and where the world is today on these subjects. I came across the name Richard Dawkins who I now understand is a very outspoken atheist among his many acomplishments as a scholar. I just listened to part of a video he created titled "The root of all evil". It was such a fresh breath for me to hear someone speak very openly about religion and its absents of reality. I have felt since my mid-teens that the bible was a book writen by weak men to keep people in control based on its rules. I did not grow up in a strong relgious based family. My fathers side was raised Presbtarian and my mother was raised Catholic but left the church as a result of a nasty priest. I believe that religion is fear based. Money is the name of the game. I moved to South Carolina and was amazed on the size og the churches here and then learned from co-works about tithing your wages to the church. I thought....ohh ok God will love you if you give him money...lol. I attended church 3 times in 1998. I filled out my name on the guest list the first 2 times and donated $5.00 in cash to the church. The third time I attended I did not fill out the guest book and left a check for $5.00. I never head a thing from the church after signing the guest book. Although after depositing my check, I recieved a letter being invited back....hmmm sound fishy to you? I have always tried to be a logical person. I am hoping to find others here that will feel how I do and not be afraid to speak up about it. Thanks again.
At 5:42pm on April 9, 2009, Mens Luxifer said…
Thank you for the warm welcome professor !
At 4:26pm on April 9, 2009, Jerald Bryan said…
Thanks, enjoyed some of your blogs, and believe that its made up to make answers we have no clue about.
At 9:28pm on April 7, 2009, Sara Gwin said…
Thanks! I'm definitely excited to be on here and look forward to networking and discussions!
At 5:32am on April 7, 2009, Peter said…
Thanks for the welcome Terry. Coincidentally, I was watching a symposium titled "Origins" when you wrote. Ran April 2nd through 6th at Arizona State U and videos may go up on the Science Network at some point.

http://origins.asu.edu/index.php
http://thesciencenetwork.org/
At 2:08am on April 6, 2009, Micheal said…
Doctor, Is there a possibility of working together to develop the Atheistic Values in Africa? Do you have some ideas? What would you like to see happening in Africa? I hope we can discuss.
At 9:50pm on April 5, 2009, Anna Scavone said…
Thanks!
At 7:25pm on April 3, 2009, The Angry Philistine said…
Thanks for the welcome! I am certainly looking forward to learning more bout the Nexus community
At 4:56pm on April 3, 2009, Ryan Alexander McDougall said…
will do thank you Dr
At 1:49pm on April 3, 2009, Larry H said…
Thank you Dr. Meaden.

I will comment from time to time and follow threads where they might take me. I don't tend to lash out very often but I do take umbrage with "establishment clause" violations. Who wants to live in Iran?! I will visit the ORIGINS...site asap.
At 5:12am on April 2, 2009, Lynn M. said…
As you can tell, I haven't been on in a while- thanks for the welcome.
At 4:06pm on April 1, 2009, Anamar Amazigh said…
thank you sir for the kind welcome comment, and for all the informations you have in here,
At 10:14pm on March 31, 2009, Femina Irata said…
Thank you for the warm welcome. That's precisely the reason I love atheist communities, people are for the most part super-nice. That, and, you know, they THINK. :)
At 12:32am on March 30, 2009, Atheist Exile said…
Hi Doc,

Thanks for the re-welcome. :-)

I won't be reposting that missing post . . . I can't find it! But I'm working on others I hope to post soon.
At 9:41pm on March 29, 2009, VKVora Atheist, Rationalist said…
Thanks for your kind welcome for joining Group : Origin. I have joined Atheist Nesus to get more information from world.

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