Miracles happen all the time, and some of them have all sorts of video footage or documentary evidence. People choose to believe or disbelieve, and people choose whether or not to let it affect their lives.
There’s an interesting older series on Amazon Prime right now, called Against All Odds. Basically it’s a series that EWTN might have made if EWTN were a Jewish station, and were very patriotic about Israel. There are all sorts of true historical tales of the unlikely survival of modern Israel.
Now, some of these stories are just unlikely events caused by dedicated people. But some of them are straight out, Old Testament-type miracles, with plenty of witnesses who were either enemies of Israel, or extremely secular Jews who were raised to be almost entirely ignorant of the Bible and Jewish faith, or straight up atheists who were especially atheist about Judaism. (Yeah, a lot of true-believer Zionists in the first generation of Israel were extremely angry at God, or extremely leftist and atheists; and they raised their kids to speak Hebrew but never read the Bible. Kind of an interesting bunch.)
So the show interviews some of these people. And they tell the story of this amazing miracle that happened to them and to their friends, and which is fully documented and inexplicable except by God’s direct action.
And most of them who were atheists continued to disbelieve, to the very day of their interview. They believed in what happened, they knew there was no natural explanation, and most of them believed that it was God acting to fulfill the Covenant. But they weren’t going to worship God or anything, just because He helped them out and saved their lives. They were fighting or ignoring that part, even years afterward.
Even the guys who did start to believe, seem to have taken a really long time about it. Years and years and years.
Miracles are not a cure-all. You can have all the signs in the world; but you also have free willed humans, who are stiff-necked and hate to bow their heads.
It’s a good show. Watch it, especially if you like history. But watch the actual people very closely – because it’s very instructive about what God has to deal with, when He deals with us humans.