From the Triumphal Entry to the Cross

Then the multitudes who went before and those who followed behind cried out, saying; Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is the name of the Lord! Hosanna in the Highest! Matt. 21:9 Though it is called the triumphal entry we know that Jesus had only one purpose in mind when he came to this […]

On Miracles and David Hume (part 2)

Again, David Hume’s argument against miracles can be broken down into two parts.  Part 1 being the ‘in principle” or philosophical argument and part 2 being the “in fact” or historical and evidential arguments. The focus of this post is on part two of Hume’s argument. The basis of his argument is that if “in fact” a […]

On Miracles and David Hume (Part 1)

David Hume in his article “Of Miracles” has made what appears to be a strong case against miracles. His article is continually read on college campuses and is still held as one of the strongest arguments against miracles. Almost all the arguments against miracles that were to follow are merely restated versions of Hume’s arguments. […]