David Hume is the hero of us humanists and naturalists. He eviscerates somewhat supernaturalism as Carneades does. He deals in reality against those poseurs of the silly supercilious superstition of religion. He advocates compatibilism. And his and Thomas Hobbes's wide-reflective subjectivism underpin objective morality- that paradox!
Notwithstanding the many who claim that he begs the question against miracles, no, he sure doesn't. That is his corollary to the presumption of naturalism that demands evidence for claims of knowledge.