A new survey found that more than half of Americans (57.4%) think that a miracle or God’s intervention could save a person who is gravely ill. Twenty percent of physicians and medical workers agree.
Cast your vote in the poll below and tell us why you believe — or don’t believe — in divine intervention in the comments section. Your responses may be used on the show.
"I think if God really wants you to live then you will live, but if it's your time to go then you will go."
"I think that there is a higher power and that miracles can happen anytime."
--Nicole Wise, Va.
"I have experienced divine intervention in my family. My cousin's appendix ruptured and she lived through it by prayer and her faith in God."
"I don't believe that divine intervention could save a person that is gravely ill. When the good Lord calls someone to Heaven, they're going to go."
"Lots of people who have turned to divine intervention have been made better. Who's to say there isn't a higher power at work when people are suddenly healed and doctors have no idea why?"
"I believe God answers prayer. When we ASK God to heal, sometimes the answer is no; but how are we going to know if we don't ask!"