David Hume (1711–1776) was a Scottish philosopher and historian well known for his arguments against traditional Christian theism that had a great impact on the Enlightenment.
An Apologia for Charlatanism – On the art of reading much and knowing little
After heeding the Surgeon General’s statutory warning that lives, bridges and sermons are not to demise on the reprise of this theme, shall we visit the premise of charlatanism and test its truth and troth. Charlatans are contextual chameleons who can hold a conversation about any topic without having a deeper insight into definitions or […]
Miracles and the Definition Science
How do you define science? What are its boundaries? Does the scientific mind have any space for miracles? Came across a BioLogos Forum series on Miracles and Science by the physicist Ard Louis.* Below’s a quote on defining science, from the end of Miracles and Science, Part 1. The problem of deciding where to draw […]