When Christians pray to God to heal an amputated limb, nothing ever happens.
However, medical science has advanced to the point where we can now transplant two new arms onto a double amputee:
Note how ecstatic this man is to have new arms:
Karl Merk, a German dairy farmer whose arms had been amputated after an accident, said he felt like a “whole man” again as he spoke for the first time since the operation in July.
“The feeling is indescribable. Every day I gain more mobility,” said Mr Merk as he showed off the arms, which are being supported by a special “corset” while the healing continues.
Obviously God is imaginary. Any rational person can see that. But Christians cling to the notion that their God exists, and that he answers all sorts of prayers every day.
So, if you are a Christian, ask yourself: Why won’t God heal amputees? Why does God hate amputees? Why would your God deny the happiness that this man is experiencing by completely ignoring the prayers of amputees and spontaneously restoring their limbs through prayer? You believe that your God heals cancer… why not amputated limbs as well?
If you give these questions careful thought, you will realize that your God is imaginary.