I am very pleased that the missionary who received experimental treatment for Ebola has recovered. However in his TV interview, he chose to thank God first without thanking the medical staff who had undertaken the pioneering science that led to his recovery. It seems highly probable that, like so many others who do not have access to the experimental treatments, left in God’s hands he would have died. This gesture strikes me as an insult to all those dedicated medical professionals who undertook his care.
Why should God take the credit for fixing something he had clearly neither the desire nor the ability to fix? Or does he just fix American missionaries preferring to ignore the ordinary people living in those countries stricken with the disease?
Oh Come on!