You have to read the full answer.
I've read your entire post, if that's what you meant.
The soul is the real you and this body is just a temporary tool to house your real ‘you’.
The body which you care for and cry for is subject to death and diseases. No one should deny that. To say that god is going to come and give that extra part is your own foolishness. The body will be "subject to" whatever amount of karma you have accumulated (thats a whole different topic to get involved in).
Right here, I wonder if you've read all of my earlier post. I've already stated that your words are little more than woo-speak, and this "the soul is the real you" speech is just more woo-speak. By "woo-speak", I mean that your words are designed to sound magical, mythical, deep, and profound; but in actuality, they mean and say very little.
So the whole question that “Why wont God heal an amputee" is foolish.
Just think about it (as if I need to convince you of it) if God were to heal your body then he might as well heal the whole world.
Again, I wonder if you understand what the question is trying to get at. Notice, that your answers are designed to account for a god that does nothing
. This god of yours (that does nothing) looks, sounds, and act exactly, I mean exactly
like a god that does not exist.
When we hear of a god that does nothing and acts as though it doesn't exist, we start thinking that perhaps it's because, well... perhaps it doesn't exist. Do you understand that line of reasoning? (note: I didn't say agree
with it, I'm just asking right now if you can understand
it) When believers are confronted with the issue, they come up with all sorts of answers--except any that would demostrate god's existence beyond a doubt. They never offer to fly like Superman, lift an airplane with their bare hands, or healing an amputee. Instead, they offer things like "do not test the lord" or "it's your fault for being stubborn".
God is indistinguishable from a nonexistence thing, and I think that on some level, you're aware of that. Your posts anticipate that god will do nothing in the future, and this is based on a long, long history of doing nothing. (except, perhaps, for appearing on a piece of toast) You're not saying "Ok, lets go to a hospital, find an amputee, I'll pray for that person, and we'll see what happens." Instead, you talk of "the soul is the real you" and "accumulated karma", and there isn't even a way to measure things like that. (if there is, I'm willing to hear it) When nothing is forecoming, we simply fallback on the idea that there is nothing. If you could offer something concrete(again, such as the healing of an amputee), then we might be willing to consider the idea that something
is out there.