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As for the big miracles that are visually displayed, I agree. They do nothing for the modern man(or woman) I didn't see Moses (PBUH) split the red sea, or Noah (PBUH) build a ship that was filled with animals while the earth flooded, or a child born of a virgin mother. They are great signs of greatness, but at this point to believe them, you must believe that the book(s) that contain the stories are true.
My question is why would one simply accept that the books are true? These books are a thousands of years old. And why choose these theistic books and dismiss others. I assume you don't believe in the Ramayana. It seems to me that it is a purely arbitrary choice made upon which holy books speak the most to you. No evidence is involved in such a choice that I can see.