Hume’s argument against miracles seems to be more of an exercise in satire than a sincere exercise in reasoning.
In two previous articles attempting to make an “unapologetic” argument for God, I have just been ramping up to make the argument. I still haven’t gotten there yet, and I am still just getting started. That’s right. I am still working on getting to the starting line. Maybe I will still get there. I say, […]
We can’t know very much about an artist from her painting, alone. We need more information, and we need to meet the artist to really know the artist.
Faith is the inevitable position of a finite being who does not know all there is to know.
Paul said, “What business is it of mine to judge those outside the church?”