Here I am, once PrinceWalter of YouTube, and the Tormentor of NonStampCollector
I am a big fan of NonStampCollector, but I don't know your name. It is good to have you here either way.
Would you care to elaborate a bit more on your P-> Q thing? It's not very easy to understand, so could you please take a moment to expand on it. It would be rude to attack first and ask questions later, though I will predict that the attacks on your position are imminent.
My problem with it lies in the fact that earlier in Matthew 12, Jesus DOES cast out demons.
Matthew 12:22 "Then they brought him a demon-possessed man who was blind and mute, and Jesus healed him, so that he could both talk and see."
The point of Matthew 12:28 is to show the people that he is speaking to that the Kingdom of God IS 'come unto you'. The raising of the dead, the casting out of demons, the healing of the sick and the blind are supposed to be the signs that God's kingdom on Earth is arriving. So your 'THEN NOT Christ is casting out devils by the spirit of God is wrong. He IS supposedly casting out demons and healing the sick.
I don't know what that whole INQUIRY thing is, but that seems pretty bad too. Your previous IF - THEN clause attempted to use words directly from Jesus as if one was contingent upon the other. (IF I cast out demons, THEN the kingdom is here). This new one is talking about should, which makes it not an IF THEN clause. It's very confusing. I think you're doing it wrong.
You say 'IF the Spirit of God should be healing amputees (P), THEN LOGICALLY CONCLUDE that the Kingdom of God is among Us, and among us TODAY.'
I don't see how this is a valid IF THEN clause, but perhaps I am not as well versed in this as you are. I've never taken a logic class, so perhaps you are. At any rate, are you saying that because God is NOT Healing amputees, we know that the kingdom of God is not among us today? That because we don't see God healing anybody at all, that we can safely conclude that the Kingdom of God isn't here? If that is the case, then I have no problem with that. God doesn't heal people. At all, ever. Else that would mean His kingdom would be here. It's not.
While you may use your theology to say that the reason amputees do not receive healing is because the kingdom hasn't come yet, the other possibility as to why God doesn't heal people is because he's not real.
Please respond when you can.