I am really sorry to intrude on your time in this un-invited manner but I need some help and I hope that you will be one that can help me.
I have no contact in the west and I am not acquainted with the reading tastes of the western readership. I have recently written a book on atheist thought and would like to have a few reviews. I do not plan to use your review as a publicity material. The title of the book is “The Death of an Idea” and it is published on Smashwords.com. I would be highly obliged if you can give me your opinion on this book. You may send your review on my following e mail address:
Hello Dr. Terence and thank you for the invite and your words of encouragement. I was struggling with making sense of the universe but learned that is the great thing about life. And if you could recommend any books on Atheism or Evolution I would appreciate it.
Dr. Meaden, have you ever made the acquaintance of atheist chemist Professor Peter Atkins? I used his chemistry textbook in college. He's an exceptionally good expositor. I found this video of an Oxford debate Prof. Atkins engaged in against a creationist medical student: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NhIr9OQBst0
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