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Lecture 24, Hume (Part 2):

Philosopher David Hume has caused many to rethink the law of causality. In essence, he concluded that we cannot really know the true causes of the effects we perceive in our world. So what effect does his conclusion have in the sphere of theology? If we can’t know the cause of things, can we rightly conclude that God caused the universe to come into being? What about miracles? Can we know what caused Jesus to rise from the dead? Can we actually know that He did? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains David Hume’s challenge to the relationship of cause and effect, and how that affects Christian belief.