Most religious people you talk to will express a belief in miracles. Miracles are usually defined as something that happens as a result of Divine inspiration, Or God done it.
The religious will present all sorts of "evidence" to prove that God does indeed perform miracles. They range from people being cured of cancer, The blind being able to see again and the wheelchair-bound getting up and walking. Strangely though, God has never performed a "miracle" that has enabled an amputee to regrow their arm or leg.
So if god routinely cures people of cancer, Allows the blind to see again and the crippled to walk why doesn't he, At least once, Regrow an arm for an amputee? Surely there must be at least one christian amputee who has prayed for his arm back.
It seems strange that the things he does cure could have cured themselves, Or perhaps been misdiagnosed in the first place. When someone goes for their second scan and finds no cancer is it not possible that whoever done the first scan misdiagnosed cancer? Is it not possible that someone without sight could regain that sight? And just because someone requires a wheelchair at one point doesn't mean they may require the wheelchair later on. These are things that even the most fundemental Christian has to admit are at least a possibility.
An amputee on the other hand. That is something obvious. It's something we can see. It unlikely that someone would be diagnosed as having an arm missing if they don't actually have an arm missing.
So i ask the Christians. Why does god on numerous occasions cure cancer and blindness, Yet never sees fit to regenerate an arm or a leg?