A university theology professor had based his theology on his experience of disappointment when a loved one died of illness. He set up a debate between someone who believes that miracles happen and someone who believes they don’t. Asked to argue that miracles happen, a minister said he would do it only if he could be the second speaker and could demonstrate that miracles do happen. After he spoke, he asked if anyone needed a miracle. A woman came forward with a glass eye. He prayed a couple of times. She said her eye felt as if it were bulging and tweaking. Then the glass eye popped out onto her hand, and a new eye replaced it. It took two or three weeks to gain sight in the new eye.