You two. Can we agree that I got robbed by a guy and that I cannot predict when the next time someone will get robbed?
Can we agree that the following miracle happened and that I cannot predict exactly when the next will be.
I had a girlfriend. Her sister was sick (cancer, terminal phase) and the doctor told her there wasn't anything more they could do. She had to wait. One day, while I was at her parents house, she came and told us the story on how God cured her.
I guess you would want me to give you the papers from the doctors, but I can't (patient privilege and stuff). I don't have any relation to this family anymore anyway.
If you want links.
You can read on This miracle
Or Those one
These are not evidences of miracles. They are anecdotal accounts of hear-say. "It was deemed by X person to be a miracle"
is not evidence. It is you taking somebody else' word for claims to the supernatural. Are you bringing your A game here? You aren't even coming back with ordinary
evidence - let alone extraordinary evidence which would justify believing a miracle occurred. These cases you keep posting are just placeholders for ignorance. "We personally can't explain how X thing happened, outside of our theology, so we're just going to say God did it."
I'm sorry. That is just hypocrisy b/c you would not
do that with other claims to the supernatural which contradict your theology and your presuppositions. When something cannot be explained sufficiently, then you should admit ignorance - instead of just asserting
that your particular version of said deity did it, b/c that doesn't explain anything. It is an attempt to explain a mystery with an even bigger mystery.
You must not have read my previous response b/c I dealt with these kinds of anecdotes. We have lots of examples of people getting robbed. We do not
have examples of confirmed "miracles" by some "God" thing. You keep trying to draw false analogies and it isn't working. And with the cancer thing, you do know that that
door swings both ways, don't you? If you can use a particular case of a person suddenly and unexpectedly having a remission from cancer as evidence for a God, then I can use ALL examples of them NOT getting better (i.e. - them dying) as evidence AGAINST said deity. And in that case I win b/c I have more exmples of cancer patients dying. I'm sorry, you can't have your cake and eat it too. But see, rare events of people getting better from cancers (or other health problems) are not evidence of a miracle from a deity, anymore than they are evidence of magic pink unicorns, pixies, are lucky leprechauns. You are just using "miracle" or "God" in place of your own ignorance of what really happened.
Again, please provide the evidence of an actual miracle (not hear-say or anecdote). We're talking about a specific case of, say, an amputee magically growing their limb back.