I urge you to read the following news article:http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/sep/10/scientists-growing-body-parts-heal-wounded-troops/
I suppose from what I have read on your site that you will feel, after all, that this is too late for many who could have benefited, so that, even though in the future any amputees will be healed, past amputees got a raw deal, and anyway this is all courtesy of science, which by agreement plays devil's advocate, refusing to appeal to the existence of God in seeking to explain the universe and use the explanation to get some control over it.
I would suggest that you do not understand the meaning of time in relation to knowledge, which seems to be the distance between our ignorance and the answers to our questions, of God in relation to knowledge and answers, which seems to be the power of truth at the level of omniscience and love at the level of impartial universality.
What did the Bible do to contribute to these new developments? The same thing it did to contribute to the fact that, though the medieval alchemists never figured out how to turn dross into gold, modern physicists finally developed the knowledge of how to synthesize gold in their laboratories, an answer to the prayers and efforts of the ignorant in that medieval past. It taught people to have faith in omniscient truth and to love others as the most important of all things we do, not to give up in the face of impossible odds and disappointments, and to learn how to read, to practice reading, writing, and interpreting, and to care sincerely about knowledge and others and understanding enough to be humble, to recognize our ignorance and correct it.
It was from not getting answers or love one way that people of serious thought and caring raised to read this book came to develop the beginnings of the science that led us to the point of getting what we have now, and that later people of serious thought and caring raised to read the same book changed generation after generation into people who drew still others from all other parts of the world, who read other books, into the scientific enterprise and sped up its development to what we have now. The distance between the ignorance of those who originally wrote down the book text and what science now knows is the amount of time it took to get here. And the fact that some are still almost that ignorant is not itself a function of that book.
Of course it is unfair that amputees to date have not been healed, just as it is unfair that some harmless five-year-old girls have been raped and tortured to death and that some incredibly kind, loving, intelligent people have gotten a raw deal here while many selfish, self-centered, ignorant people have gotten rich by hurting others. But that, of course, is why the only serious reasons to care about this world and its empirical evidence are to keep our faith in and love omniscient truth and to love others and to learn as much as we can, grow our knowledge and understanding, and to apply what we know and learn to try to make the world fairer. If truth really is omniscient, then when we get out of here, we have every right to expect that where we go, the amputees will have their limbs back, the little girls will no more experience what tortured them, and the incredibly kind, loving, intelligent people will be shown the sort of appreciation they deserve.
I'm not suggesting that critiques of the Bible are unwarranted, but rather that it is large enough to contain much that is worth reading if one applies one's capacities for discriminating taste and seeking those passages which can be appreciated by one's better nature and ought to be applied to many books (otherwise, why pay attention to them?).
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