You are saying that doctors believe in miracles. Doctors are smart, therefore we should take their word for it.
No, no, no! I'm simply stating, yet again, that doctors are the most qualified experts available on assessing medical matters, and that a documented substantial majority (per the video creator) of them have encountered specific medical, biological, and/or anatomical occurrences that they feel defy medical and natural possibility. Are they correct? I don't know; but they are probably far more qualified to make that call than any of us who are not physicians. While their statements are not beyond scrutiny, they deserve to not be so easily dismissed.
No, that is not what you are stating. The video says that they believe in miracles. It does not say that they believe that amputees have regrown limbs, or that they have encountered people being spontanteously born. Just that they believe that miracles happen, which could mean anything. Again, I will quote you.
"You state that 3 out of 4 physicians believe that God performs medical miracles regularly." and "It is also reasonable to assume that many if not most of those who believe in those miracles have genuine experience or knowledge leading them to this belief."
There is nothing that says that the miracles they think they have experienced are medical in nature. You are making this up, and are now trying to change your story after being called on it. All this says is that they think miracles happen. And yes, their statements are easily dismissed if they have no evidence. That is how reason and logic works. The doctors can claim miracle all they want, but until they show it, it has no more bearing than anything else. Again, this is something you should well know if you deserved even half of the credentials you claimed to possess.
Again, to quote you:
"The mere fact that such learned men of science with expert understanding of the body's natural healing properties hold such a belief is itself compelling evidence of such miracles."
Again, no it isn't compelling. If they had evidence it would be compelling, which they don't. You are
, and were, saying that we should believe in miracles simply because doctors do, and doctors are smart. This is wrong, we should only start to consider miracles if there is evidence that such things exist.