Geiger, James

James Geiger


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James W. (Jim) Geiger graduated from Stetson University’s Honors Program and Stetson Law School and also studied at American University and Knox Seminary. He began his professional career attending the FBI Academy in Washington, D.C and then served as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation conducting criminal investigations in Dallas, TX and doing national security work in Cleveland, OH. Jim’s law enforcement experience includes service as the prosecuting attorney for Broward County, FL. He practiced law in Fort Lauderdale, FL for many years, serves as a public arbitrator for the National Association of Securities Dealers, and has served as an adjunct professor at the community college and university levels. In 1988 he was a Coolidge Colloquium Fellow in Cambridge Massachusetts, and has presented academic papers at a number of national and international conferences. He is the author of a recently published book entitled The Gospel According to Relativity.  The book rejects the absolutism of the past and the relativism of the present, while reaffirming the existence of constant value. Part I applies the model to Christianity, and Part II replicates the same model for secularism and other world religions.