Frame Vs. Hume

But are the reports of miracles in Scripture credible? David Hume argued that one could never accept testimony concerning a miracle, because it will always be outweighed by the evidence that everything behaves naturally and regularly. But is there really such evidence? Certainly, in most all of our experience, things happen in regular patterns, to some extent describable by scientific law. But there is nothing in this experience to persuade us that irregularity is impossible, or that everything always behaves naturally and regularly. Experience tells us what is happening; it does not tell us what is or is not possible, or what ‘always’ happens. We have not seen what everything always does, for we have neither seen everything nor seen things always.

John Frame, Apologetics to the Glory of God, 144.