Miracle Beliefs Insult Sufferers
A miracle is what is not naturally possible. It is a supernatural occurrence. It is paranormal.
Religion uses miracles as evidence for the truth of its claims.
Miracles are events that seem to be against nature or the way natural law usually runs. In other words, they cannot be explained by nature. Examples are the Blessed Virgin Mary appearing to children, the unexplained cure of incurable illness, blood coming out of nowhere on Catholic communion wafers, the sun spinning at Fatima in Portugal in 1917 and most importantly Jesus Christ coming back to life after being dead nearly three days. It is thought that only God can do these things.
All miracles are malignant and unfair because of what they say about human and animal suffering.
You are more sure that pain and suffering exist than you are that a miracle happened. Miracles call you to suffering on the grounds of religious faith. For example, Christianity asks you to suffer heroically for the spread of the faith. All religions say you have to suffer to obey them. So you undergo what is certain, suffering, for what is of inferior certainty. This is still true if you have seen the miracle yourself. Seeing a vision does not mean it is real but you know suffering is real. Yet the miracle asks you to trust in a revelation suggesting that we need help from above to determine right and wrong and cannot do it ourselves meaning doing what you are told matters more than stopping the pain or suffering. It is even worse to take a miracle or revelation seriously when you have not seen it so people reporting miracles are making you evil.