David Hume On Miracles

"Twentieth-century philosophers usually consider David Hume's essay, "Of Miracles," to have dealt the decisive death-blow to any belief either in the supernatural or in the miracles of the Bible. Because Hume's arguments against miracles merely assume the conclusions that he draws, he only begs the question without demonstrating his point." Includes excerpts from Hume.

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