“To those whose delight it is to dwell upon the manifold instances of intelligent design which everywhere surround us, this book will be a rich storehouse.”
Even Charles Darwin, after publishing his theory of evolution, privately admitted “The eye to this day gives me a cold shudder.”
If the reigning materialist paradigm had even a tolerably convincing weight of evidence behind it, I would be the first to accept it.
Imagine a chain hanging from the sky supporting a weight suspended in the air. Each link in the chain is a cause for the continued suspension of the links.
Dr. Richards addresses David Hume’s critique of analogical arguments like those used by William Paley.