Hume – Jesus’ resurrection

“Hume’s argument against miracles makes its case against miracles on the grounds 1) that one must consider the antecedent probability of the event reported as well as the credibility of the reporter, and 2) that miracles, as violations natural law, are less probable than any set of natural events required to explain the known facts.
Extract from “Hume, Frequencies, and Prior Probabilities” by Victor Reppert.
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