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Secondly, he believed those who testified for the existence of miracles were those likely to have “a natural tendency to suspend their reason and support their claim”, so the evidence is therefore flawed – “a religionist may be an enthusiast and imagine he sees what has no reality: he may know his narratives to be false, and yet persevere in it…for the sake of promoting a holy cause...
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While this claim can perhaps be attributed to the nationalistic and imperialist society and time at which he was writing, the politically correct world we have created, in which tolerance is key, encourages us to condemn such beliefs. Finally, Hume states that miracles from different religious systems cancel each other out, “Every miracle as its direct scope is to establish the particular system to which it is attributed; so has it the same force, though more indirectly, to overthrow every other system...
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