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- In An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Hume emphasizes his belief that all knowledge is based upon our own experience. The foundation of Christianity is based on the testimony of the Apostles, who supposedly witnessed the miracles of the Savior, Jesus.
- In David Hume’s paper “Of Miracles,” Hume presents a various number of arguments concerning why people ought not to believe in any miracles Hume does not think that miracles do not exist it is just that we should not believe in them because they have no rational background One of his arguments is just by definition miracles are unbelievable And have no rational means in believing miracles Another argument is that most miracles tend to come from uncivilized countries and the witnesses typically have conflicts of interest and counterdict each others experiences Both of these arguments are valid
- Hume explains this point brilliantly when he states, ?Nothing is esteemed a miracle, if it has ever happened in the common course of nature.
- When bringing the existence of miracles into question it is necessary to firstly establish a definition of a miracle and exactly what purpose they serve. As with many issues, theologians are divided on an actual definition of what a miracle really is.
- David Hum s literary works were varied both in subject and in popular reception. Hume s life was one marked by a seemingly overwhelming love of literature and philosophy. In his autobiography Hume refers to this love absent; …seized very early with a passion for literature which has been the ruling passion of my life… Hume spent most of his life directed by a need to have his works published.