Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Author: Shmuel Waldman
Publisher: Feldheim Publishers
ISBN: 9781583308066
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This edition is recommended for readers with a strong Torah background, seeking an informed, yet less secular, approach. It has been revised and expanded, containing 40 additional pages. A penetrating, engagingly written book with compelling evidence of the truths of Judaism. With wisdom, wit, and a wide range of sources, the author presents a ground-up approach to Judaism, bringing a fresh perspective that will challenge and educate readers from every background and skill level. From yeshivah students to university professors, this book is an easily readable, eminently eye-opening look at subjects like the divine origin of Torah, understanding the Holocaust and human suffering, G-d's foreknowledge vs. our free will, amongst others. Reading this well-researched book is a surefire way to eminently strengthen one's belief, and lay to rest many gnawing questions about G-d, Torah, and Judaism. This edition contains additional information and appendixes that were not included in previous editions.

Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Author: David Yallop
Publisher: Constable
ISBN: 1472116577
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On 17th June, 1970, in a small farming district, south of Auckland, New Zealand, Harvey and Jeanette Crewe were shot and killed in the lounge of their home. Five months later, a neighbour, Arthur Allan Thomas, was arrested, charged and found guilty of their murder. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. A retrial in 1972 ended with another guilty verdict. David Yallop, author of To Encourage the Others and The Day the Laughter Stopped, two already celebrated books which dealt with miscarriages of justice, spent over a year in New Zealand investigating the case and became convinced of Thomas' innocence. in an open letter to New Zealand's Prime Minister, he demanded Thomas' release on the grounds that he 'has not been found guilty beyond reasonable doubt. He has in fact been found innocent beyond reasonable doubt.' In 1978, as a direct result of Yallop's intercession and the publication of this book, Thomas was granted a royal pardon and, in 1980, awarded nearly 1 million dollars in compensation for the nine years he had served behind bards. Beyond Reasonable Doubt? is both a riveting work of high drama and a compelling insight into the machinery of criminal justice. A Number One bestseller in hgardcover and the subject of a widely-acclaimed film, it is a lasting testimony to David Yallop's reputation as the world's greatest investigative author.

Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Author: Kieron O'Connor
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470868783
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Traditionally, obsessive-compulsive disorder has been classified as an anxiety disorder, but there is increasing evidence that it has schizotypal features ? in other words it is a belief disorder. This book describes the ways in which reasoning can be applied to OCD for effective treatment regimes. It moves comprehensively through theoretical, experimental, clinical and treatment aspects of reasoning research, and contains a detailed treatment manual of great value to practitioners, including assessment and treatment protocols and case studies

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Author: J Steve Biggs
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781625092854
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Who has the best answers to the questions about the existence of God: theists or atheists? Which side can produce the strongest arguments and evidence? An aggressive campaign by atheist authors and scientists has challenged organized religion: If God exists, then prove it! The atheists have contested the very foundations of all religious belief and have attacked with great passion the Judeo-Christian community in particular. Unfortunately, the community of faith has not marshaled a strong unified defense, choosing instead to hold firm to the dogma that has worked for them for so many centuries. Unfortunately, answers about God that were sufficient a hundred years ago fall woefully short of convincing the young people of today; the children of the Information Age. They demand proof; scientific proof that the scriptures can be trusted. Asking today's young people to believe something that goes against what their science teachers are telling them requires an argument that is valid and beyond any reasonable doubt; an argument they can defend but one the church has been unwilling or unable to craft. As a result there has been a significant falling-away from traditional religion into agnosticism and atheism; a trend that will produce an agnostic America by the end of this century. Beyond a Reasonable Doubt will answer many of the questions raised about God's existence. It examines the reasoning and circumstantial evidence offered by both sides in a head-to-head fashion, allowing the reader to choose the most reasonable argument. The book was researched and written with an open mind and is intended for the non-scientist. There is no deliberate support of any particular scientific or theological model; only what is confirmed by the facts. Do the scientific facts verify or falsify what is written in the scriptures? What you read may surprise you.

Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Author: Robert J. Morgan
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780910566704
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The title has changed, but the content in Beyond Reasonable Doubt remains the same! Aside from personal faith in God, is there any evidence to substantiate the claims of Christianity? You be the judge! This text is an introduction to the study of apologetics. It will take you step-by-step through the well-documented evidence. Whether a skeptic or a believer, this book will help you reach a verdict - that could very well change your life! Robert J. Morgan, 96 pages, paper, ISBN 0-910566-70-4 Aside from personal faith in God, is there any evidence to substantiate the claims of Christianity? What about Jesus Christ - was He more than just a man? And the Bible - is it more than just an interesting piece of literature? Much of the research for this book was conducted to answer the author's own earlier doubts about Christianity's claims. Table of Contents Introduction: Can Christianity Be Proven? The Empty Tomb The Eyewitnesses The Existence of Creation The Complexity of Creation Historical Prophecy Messianic Prophecy The Unequaled Christ The Solidarity of Scripture The Reliability of the Biblical Documents The Evidence of Archaeology The Witness of Changed Lives The Absence of Alternatives

Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Author: Geoff J. Henley
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781436333443
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After handling thousands of civil and criminal cases, former prosecutor Geoff Henley takes on the world's biggest culprit: God. In Beyond Reasonable Doubt, the attorney applies accepted legal precepts to scripture with devastating results for religion. Much like science has confounded religion's depiction of the natural word, Henley shows how well-settled common law principles undermine religion's claims that a just God exists. Whether you are a skeptic or a believer, a layman or a lawyer, you will not want to miss this pointed analysis of myths, the Bible, the Koran and Anglo-American law.

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Author: Larry King
Publisher: Phoenix Books Incorporated
ISBN: 9781597775038
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Selection of Larry King's interviews with leading lawyers, judges, jurors, and others on the issue of reasonable doubt in America's legal system.

Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Author: Jeffrey Archer
Publisher: Samuel French Incorporated Plays
ISBN: 9780573016769
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In the Central Criminal Court, the Old Bailey Sir David Metcalfe, distinguished QC and Chairman of the Bar Council, is conducting the most important defence of his career - his own. Accused of the wilful murder of his terminally ill wife, Sir David finds himself locked in legal combat with his old rival, Sir Anthony Blair Booth QC, prosecuting counsel. After a tense and gripping courtroom scene, Act I ends just as we are about to hear the jury's verdict. Act II takes us back in time to the fateful night of Lady Metcalf's death and before, and the play ends with a surprising twist. Jeffrey Archer's first stage play enjoyed a successful run in London's West End with Frank Finlay and Wendy Craig in the leading roles.

Reasonable Doubt

Author: Peter Manso
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439187444
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In January 2002, forty-six-year-old Christa Worthington was found stabbed to death in the kitchen of her Truro, Cape Cod, cottage, her curly-haired toddler clutching her body. A former Vassar girl and scion of a prominent local family, Christa had abandoned a glamorous career as a fashion writer for a simpler life on the Cape, where she had an affair with a married fisherman and had his child. After her murder, evidence pointed toward several local men who had known her. Yet in 2005, investigators arrested Christopher McCowen, a thirty-four-year-old African-American garbage collector with an IQ of 76. The local headlines screamed, “Black Trash Hauler Ruins Beautiful White Family” and “Black Murderer Apprehended in Fashion Writer Slaying,” while the sole evidence against McCowen was a DNA match showing that he’d had sex with Worthington prior to her murder. There were no fingerprints, no witnesses, and although the state medical examiner acknowledged there was no evidence of rape, the defendant was convicted after a five-week trial replete with conflicting testimony, accusations of crime scene contamination, and police misconduct—and was condemned to three lifetime sentences in prison with no parole. Rarely has a homicide trial been refracted so clearly through the prism of those who engineered it, and in Reasonable Doubt, bestselling author and biographer Peter Manso is determined to rectify what has become one of the most grossly unjust verdicts in modern trial history. In his riveting new book he bares the anatomy of a horrific murder—as well as the political corruption and racism that appear to be endemic in one of America’s most privileged playgrounds, Cape Cod. Exhaustively researched and vividly accessible, Reasonable Doubt is a no-holds-barred account of not only Christa Worthington’s murder but also of a botched investigation and a trial that was rife with bias. Manso dug deep into the case, and the results were explosive. The Cape DA indicted the author, threatening him with fifty years in prison. The trial and conviction of Christopher McCowen for rape and murder should worry American citizens, and should prompt us to truly examine the lip service we pay to the presumption of innocence . . . and to reasonable doubt. With this explosive and challenging book Manso does just that.