A baby amazingly survived being thrown by a tornado in the southern United States.
"He's just a miracle, luck, God watching over him - it's all it can be," said his grandfather Doug Stowell.
No. It's not a miracle, and it's not God. Believe me, you don't want it to be a miracle either, because if you say that God chose to save the baby, you also have to say that God chose to throw the baby through the air in the first place, and God decided to kill the baby's mother, and God decided to destroy homes and take lives and ruin those he didn't take. Where is the BBC article condemning God for all the 'miracles' that didn't happen?