Many remember David Hume as a pioneering freethinker who saw through the superstition and sectarian dogmatism of religion.
A new book is out under his name. The first chapter asks, “Is there a God?” Answer: No.
“Flooded with the light of life”: What a beautiful way of putting it. This creates a double dilemma for materialists.
The dual wave and particulate aspects of light, essential to our ability to see, and so much else, must all be just right to within insanely precise parameters.
To fully grasp Denton’s thesis is to wipe clean the smear of dull complacency that materialism tirelessly spreads.