None of those are evidence for the existence of God. Consciousness is a completely natural phenomenon. Life is a wholly chemical process. There is no such thing as a "God gene." Concepts of godhood came about through cultural evolution, not natural selection. They aren't even remotely the same. Belief that a car will stop before it hits you (if you even believe such a thing with a car hurtling towards you) would be based on previous experience; ie, cars stopping just in time for other would-be road pizzas. Faith in God is belief in the unseen, something for which there is no previous experience to fall back on. No one has ever been cured of HIV/AIDS by any means, so it's a definite no. I sincerely doubt that you have any idea whatsoever as to what's been documented in medical literature, so let's drop the charade, shall we? You're clearly uneducated and uninformed on this subject, so try to keep it to things you actually know something about, because otherwise you overreach, as you have here. As to a sugar pill being more effective than an antidepressant, I don't know. I guess it speaks to how awesome the mind is. Then what are you trying to say? When Fraggle said God clearly did not exist, you said "It's not so clear," and then went into the alleged powers of faith. If you weren't trying to tie this somehow to God, what exactly are you trying to say? No, not literally. If it's a natural phenomenon, it isn't a miracle. And anyway, the doctors don't mean a literal miracle. They mean it in the sense of a long-odds occurrence.