I would like to ask you couple of question hoping you could take some time to respond to it.
Hi. I did not write the web book WWGHA, but I will try to respond.
First of all, if you believe that God is imaginary, where do you base that belief? or why do you say God is imaginary? If you don't believe in God at all, then why would still believe that God is an imaginary God?
I do not believe there is an actual sentient being, as described in the torah, bible or koran, that is the all powerful creator of the universe that has a special love for humans. I find no evidence of it. But people believe in this concept. They do things in its name. They write about it, argue about it, have whole organizations dedicated to it. So god is real, at least in some sense.
You could say Darth Vader is real too. Not real in the sense that he is an actual person with mystical powers of The Force. But he exists in literature and film. So you could say Darth Vader is imaginary. This is the same way god is real. Like any other fictional character is real.
Secondly, most of your verses that you've listed come from the Old Testament which have been taken 'out of context'.
This is a common complaint. It is usually an inaccurate criticism. You would have to be specific as to which verse you mean.
Finally, if you believe that God is imaginary, why would you care to know whether He would heal amputees or not? Because if you don't believe Him at all then you won't believe even if He heals amputees, do you?
Of course not. The question is not aimed at non-believers. The question is aimed at a specific kind of xian.
There is a certian type of xian who attempts to justify his or her god beliefs by claiming that people are miraculously healed of various afflictions by divine intervention. The afflictions may include cancer, diabetes, coma, heart conditions, tooth decay, halitosis, spastic colon, etc. We frequently hear anecdotes about how some church group prayed for some guy and the next day he was completely healed.
But there are several problems with this kind of reasoning. First, data shows many of these types of afflictions sometimes "clear up" without any kind of prayers. It seems to be a natural response or a misdiagnosis. Second, people of all religions make the same claims. And last, there is a whole class of ailments that are never, ever cured by prayer or naturally.
People never regrow lost limbs. Lost eyes never regrow in the empty sockets. Retarded people never gain normal mental capacity. Alzheimers and Dementia sufferers never recover. Old people never rejuvenate.
This has clear implications about a god that supposedly heals people. It leaves you only a few conclusions about such a god.