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Headcrusher Dec 25 2011, 10:07am replied:

What they fail to mention is that he will struggle with his damaged brain for the rest of his live, bad motoristic skills and he will probably die young. He was not brought back to live, he just survived his brain injuries. He's lucky, 99,99% of all people don't survive incidents like that, so the question is, if there is a god, why did he save him and him alone from death? God is *******.

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Yuribeard7 Dec 25 2011, 2:13pm replied:

God saves people all the time. Just because the mainstream media covers very little doesn't mean miracles are uncommon. The article said that he was making remarkable progress and that the doctors said he was likely to make a full recovery. I'm sure you read that part but why mention something that would invalidate your whole statement right? I have no reason to doubt that he will make a full recovery.

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Headcrusher Dec 26 2011, 4:08am replied:

Full recovery does not mean his injuries will be healed. by that they mean that he wont have a trauma, brain damage is permanent, body stops making braincells when you hit puberty. For example, someone loses an arm in an accident, when that person is "fully recovered" from his/her accident doesn't mean he/she grew her arm back. Also, tell your god that those poor people in Africa and other 3rd world countries need some saving ASAP D:

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Tycholarfero Dec 27 2011, 1:40am replied:

I'd +1 this, but ****, I hit the wrong button... And I can't change it!

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feillyne Dec 26 2011, 7:28am replied:

Poor people? They're poor because *somebody* robbed them of their natural resources and riches. They're still being robbed it seems. Wars taking place in Africa seem to be wars over control of mineral resources.

You can add to it gov't corruption and bankers' greed, and then it may become a little clearer why they are *kept* poor despite help sent there.

Plus pseudo-religious fights and wars that make the political situation very unstable and they stop larger more solid aid from arriving there or even make it senseless to send something there (that can be so easily captured by combatants instead of going to civilians as it should).

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Mr.Walrus Dec 24 2011, 2:34pm replied:

The science that kept the man alive in a coma and the chance that he would emerge from it are the saviours here, not God. Because amazing things happen to a few people (and an undending amount of tragic things happen to others) does not in any way prove that there was divine intervention...

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KnightofEquulei Dec 30 2011, 11:45pm replied:

Umm, you do know that most doctors believe in God? Google it. They believe in God for a reason. Because they have witnessed miracles first hand. People have told them about their outer body experiences too. For example, many patients have been able to tell the doctors what they did to them when they were declared brain dead. This shows humans have souls.

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Yuribeard7 Dec 25 2011, 2:14pm replied:

Plus he was BRAIN DEAD. 99% of the time once they are brain dead its over and no amount of science can save them.

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Yuribeard7 Dec 24 2011, 7:22pm replied:

The doctor and everyone else that was there would disagree based on what the article says.

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Velancious Dec 24 2011, 2:42am replied:

I like how people like to assume it's 'their' God who does all the healing when there have been so many man-made Gods throughout history that could've taken the glory.

And that's assuming it's true.

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