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Debunking David Barton's Jefferson Lies: #2 - Jefferson Founded a Secular University Paperback – September 11, 2012
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The leading figure of Scottish Common Sense was Thomas Reid, born in 1710 and their philosophy was in opposition to David Hume, born in 1711. By 1760, both figures would've been near 50 years old, on the backside of their prime of life. Jefferson was born in 1743. By the time Jefferson was 15 years old, these philosophical arguments would've been well developed and current. Rodda's claim is incorrect and Barton's claim is correct. Rodda also didn't offer any citation for his claim. And, per topic, Rodda usually lists one source over and over again.
Rodda's research behind his book would be like if I read a book on the topic and then wrote a book claiming to know everything about the issue, which is pure insanity, at best.
You should find a copy of Barton's book just to look over the sources at the back of the book.
Talk about junk books. I should write a book debunking Chris Rodda's ignorant lies.