Did you ever notice the standards for what constitutes a miracle have greatly diminished over time? Once men were wittiness to such feats as the raising of the dead and the healing of the blind. Before that there were pillars of fire and parting of the sea.
Now what do we see? What miracles are there to help bolster our faith? Definitely not people walking on water or turning water into wine. Certainly no road to Damascus moments. No, today we see one small child survive a natural catastrophe where hundreds or thousands are senselessly killed, and call it a miracle. Am I the only one who sees the difference here? Where did all the miraculous signs from god go? Did he stop caring?
No, that’s not it. Using Occam’s Razor ( The simplest theory that fits the facts of a problem is the one that should be selected.) I would say that none of the great miracles of the past happened. If those kinds of things were possible a few thousand years ago, they should be possible today. We don’t see them today. Therefore, they were not seen then. They are just fictional stories. This seems simply enough, why is it so hard to grasp for so many in the world today?