You ask the question "why won't God heal amputees?" Your answer is an absolute
statement. You have to prove that all amputees that have ever prayed or been
prayed for have not had their prayers answered. Until you can do that your
argument is on shaky ground from the start.
If I may ask, what's your story? Why are you so adamant to prove atheism
correct? Was there ever something in your life that bittered you to religion or
more specifically, to Yahweh?
I look around, I see the woods, the skies, deserts, oceans. I've seen some
really beautiful things in my short time on earth. The whole universe is so
amazingly beautiful and breath-taking. Beyond that, it's also mind-bogglingly
complex. How much has to go right for a single polypeptide chain to be formed? A
single protein? What's the the probability that everything will go right to form
this universe by chance? Part of your creed says (quote:)"God has never left any
physical evidence of his existence on earth." I say that the earth itself IS the
physical evidence of Yahweh.
I pray that the truth, not a doctrine, would come out