I was just saying according to my God saving people's soul is way more important that showing off His miracles.
When you say saving people's souls is way more important, you make it sound like God is some sort of business man, always looking at his watch and thinking 'work, work, work, it's all I ever do. I ain't got time to fix everything!'. This is God we are talking about here. He can do anything, be anywhere at any time, right? Unless you see God as some sort of regular human being with time schedules to keep and playdates to make, then you're 'he's to busy to worry about amputees' excuse is really pretty lame. And it doesn't answer the question.
If God is willing to heal amputees, but unable, then he is not omnipotent.
If God is able to heal amputees, but unwilling, then he is malevolent.
If God is both able and willing to heal amputees, then why do we still have amputees?
If God is both unable and unwilling to heal amputees, then why call him God?
Epicurus with a twist.
The other possibility is that God isn't real, and amputees don't get healed because there is no God to heal them.
My God showed so many miracles about 2000 years ago, but people still killed Him. But He resurrected in 3 days
So you're saying he was less into saving souls back then and more into cool parlor tricks? Or was he just a lot less busy back then? Not as much stuff on his plate and all that?
If you are interested I can tell you how to obtain eternal life in heaven.
When you say that to people and they roll their eyes, is the sheer sarcasm of the action lost on you?
He does care about you that's why He died for you for your sin so He can save you and give you eternal life in heaven
all you have to do is believe. That's His goal
If Gods goal is to have us believe in him so we can go to heaven, and seeing as he is omnipotent and omniscient, wouldn't God know exactly what I would need to see in order to believe in Him? And since he is not doing that, wouldn't that make your statement here completely void of logic?