This is another one that falls into the “not new, but new for me” category.
Bradley Monton is an atheist philosopher at the University of Colorado at Boulder who specializes in philosophy of religion, philosophy of science (especially physics), probabilistic epistemology, and philosophy of time. Secular Outpost readers will be interested in Monton’s interesting essay on the fine-tuning argument, “God, Fine-Tuning, and the Problem of Old Evidence,” and his book, Seeking God in Science: An Atheist Defends Intelligent Design.
His blog may be found here: LINK.
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