Atheism and Miracles
In relation to atheism and miracles, modern scholars are divided on the issue of whether or not David Hume was an atheist. With that caveat in mind, Hume is well known for arguing that it is always more probable that the testimony of a miracle is false than that the miracle occurred. Christian apologists William Lane Craig, Norman Geisler, C.S. Lewis, JP Holding, and others have shown the inadequacy and unreasonableness of Hume's position regarding miracles.
Impossibly high standards are often set for miracles to be accepted including requirements such as multiple doctor's testimonies from before and after a medical miracle may have occurred along with x-rays and other confidential medical information being made public. When such evidence is produced it is simply stated to be inadequate or fraudulent.
Books relating to miracles
- Miracles, C.S. Lewis, HarperCollins, NY, NY, 2001 (originally published by C.S. Lewis in 1947)
- Megashift, James Rutz, Empowerment Press, Colorado Springs, 2005, ISBN: 0-9669158-2-8
- Miracles by Matt Slick of CARM
- A miracle by any other name would be … called science?-Atheists believe in miracles By Calvin Smith. Published: 10 November 2011
- ↑ Was Hume an atheist?
- ↑ Creation, Providence, and Miracle - Dr. William Lane Craig
- Creation, Providence, and Miracle - William Lane Craig
- Miracles - William Lane Craig
- A Jurisprudential Analysis Of Hume’s ‘In Principal’ Argument Against Miracles - Paul K. Hoffman
- Miracles and Modern Scientific Thought - Norman Geisler
- Miracles - C.S. Lewis
- David Hume: A Critique - JP Holding
- Are Miracles Logically Impossible? - Come Reason Ministries