David Hume is an atheist, and his discussion of miracles and religious beliefs is based on a rational perspective, believing that miracles violating the laws of nature do not exist. However, religion and science belong to different
categories, and Hume’s argument clearly confuses the two. The main difference between theism and atheism is that the objects of ultimate concern are different, and the choice for ultimate concern also affects the meaning of existence and the way of life, which is part of ethics. This article mainly discusses problems with miracles, tries to point out its logical fallacy, and transforms the definition of miracles in the past. Then it rethinks the meaning of God’s existence and miracles from the perspective of modern religious studies of religious experience. Later, it suggests that human beings should receive the revelation and have dialogue with God through faith and further reflections on the meaning and the value of life in light of Christian ethics and the ultimate concern of God’s existence.