New Paper on Hume on Miracles

Ahmed, Arif. "Hume and the Independent Eyewitnesses", Mind (first published online August 2015). The paper offers a reply to the "independent witnesses" criticism raised by Earman, McGrew, et al. Here's the abstract:
The Humean argument concerning miracles says that one should always think it more likely that anyone who testifies to a miracle is lying or deluded than that the alleged miracle actually occurred, and so should always reject any single report of it. A longstanding and widely accepted objection is that even if this is right, the concurring and non-collusive testimony of many witnesses should make it rational to believe in whatever miracle they all report. I argue that on the contrary, even multiple reports from non-collusive witnesses lack the sort of independence that could make trouble for Hume.
And if a copy should find its way to my inbox...

UPDATE: Thanks!

Two Important New Books By J.L. Schellenberg...

...are now out:

The Hiddenness Argument: Philosophy's New Challenge to Belief in God (OUP, 2015).

Evolutionary Religion (OUP, 2015).

Also, be on the lookout for Adam Green & Eleanore Stump (eds.) Hidden Divinity and Religious Belief: New Perspectives (CUP, 2016), which is due to come out in January.

Jeremy Koons' Excellent Critique of Plantinga on Properly Basic Theistic Belief

Koons, Jeremy Randall. "Plantinga on Properly Basic Belief in God: Lessons from the Epistemology of Perception", The Philosophica...