In the face of the impossible happening, the believer can only look on with amusement as the nonbeliever pounds his fists on the table and scream, "How is it possible to regenerate trillions of cells in a decaying body? How is it possible to reconstitute internal organs that have disintegrated, and being eaten by worms?
How is it possible to restart a decaying heart and lungs, and reintroduce blood and oxygen into a dead body? How is it possible to make eyes that have collapsed into the skull and lost their integrity see again, and ears that have lost their nerve connections and auditory components to rot, hear again?
If only we could persuade the nonbeliever to stop for a second to take a breath, he would learn that nothing is impossible to God (Matthew 19:26). In my hub titled,The Meaning Of Faith, I have explained how, through faith, the nonbeliever can find evidence that nothing is impossible to God. His anguish would end when he reads my articles on faith.
My only request is that he should apply the spiritual principles he is soon to find, as diligently to prove the truth about God, as he would apply scientific formulas and theories to prove the truth about the laws of nature.
While searching for the truth about God, be informed that the gospel as presented in the physical bible is the literary representation of the "Word" that could be absorbed by believers at the time it was spoken or written. There is more to know about God that would come to us not by the written word, but by revelation.
And this is confirmed in John 14:25 where Jesus said, "All this I have spoken while still with you. But the Holy Spirit whom the Father will send in my name will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you." Take note of the phrase 'all things' which confirms that the Holy Spirit will add more revelations to the content of the physical bible.
We also read in John 16:12 where Jesus said, "I have much more to say, more than you can bear. But when he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will guide you into all truth. He will not speak on his own; he will speak only what he hears, and he will tell you what is yet to come." Here also take note of the phrase 'all truth'.
In John 21:25 we also read, "Jesus did many things as well. If every one of them was written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that will be written."