Michael Kruger tackles arguments against miraculous events like Jesus’s resurrection based on their low probability of occurrence.
A main point to which Kruger returns is that the interpretation of any given event as miraculous (or not) “is contingent on a person’s overall worldview and the assumptions they make about reality.”
For the balance of Kruger’s discussion, see his original post. For related discussion of Hume by Craig Keener, see this post.
Craig Keener starts discussing some of the problems with David Hume’s criticism of the miraculous.
Cal Newport expands on an earlier reflection about the downsides of email.
See also “Daily Gleanings: Email (10 May 2019).”
Apparently, Baker Academic has now entered the blogosphere (HT: The Jesus Blog). Besides the initial announcement, the blog is kicking off with an interview with Craig Keener about his Miracles (2011).