David Ray Griffin should be the person most associated with getting the word out comprehensively that the U.S. government’s Executive Branch narrative about the “9/11” attacks 18-plus years ago can’t possibly be true, defying the laws of physics and common sense as it does.
He has been researching and writing on the subject since before turning out his first book (of at least 14) on it, The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11, published in 2004 by Olive Branch Press. That was two years before architect Richard Gage founded Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth after listening to him being interviewed on the radio. Click HERE for the titles of Griffin’s 9/11-related books as of mid-August of last year.
David Ray Griffin is professor emeritus of philosophy of religion and theology at Claremont Graduate University and a founder and co-director of the Center for Process Studies.
Thank you, Ed, for taking the trouble to do this book justice and even urging your readers to look at a 2013 article by Roger Olson detailing why he, Olson, is not a process theologian, linked by a commenter who will not read the book. That’s transparency!
— Mark Channing Miller