Perhaps the most well articulated argument against jesus miracles comes from david hume the great eighteenth century scottish philosopher youre probably already familiar with it but in case you need a refresher here is his argument in a nutshell human experience confirms the certainty of the laws of nature. Miracles are alleged violations of natural law and are therefore rare 3 therefore the proof of natural laws always outweigh the proof of any particular mir in this book dr beckwith takes aim at david humes argument against miracles as well as more modern formulations of his argument and took an approach i did not anticipate. Humes argument against the reliability of human testimony in part ii of of miracles david hume argues that there has never been the kind of testimony on behalf of miracles which would amount to entire proof he offers four reasons for this claim. David hume 1711 1776 was an important figure in the scottish enlightenment he was a sceptic and is noted for his arguments against the cosmological and teleological arguments for the existence of god his article on miracles in chapter 10 of an enquiry concerning human understanding published in 1748 has also been highly influential
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