At the end of a talk called Anattā and Rebirth by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu, he clearly states his opinion which is contrary to the norm:
So we can wrap this up by saying that if you understand anattā correctly and
completely, then you’ll discover for yourself that there is no rebirth and no
reincarnation. And that’s the end of the story. So we’ll end today’s talk here.
Which is interesting, because it would technically mean Buddhadasa Bhikkhu had wrong view, thought, and speech at least according to MN60 where it says:
Moreover, since there actually is another world, their view that there is no other world is wrong view. Since there actually is another world, their thought that there is no other world is wrong thought. Since there actually is another world, their speech that there is no other world is wrong speech.
I feel as if whether one agrees with Buddhadasa Bhikkhu or not, it’s clear that he himself was an interesting case study. I was wondering what people thought of his views.