This appears to be a popular question amongst skeptics, and at face value it seems to have some merit. If God really does answer prayer - particularly prayer for healing - you might expect that there would be a few more well documented cases of amputees being healed. Given the Biblical account in Luke 22:50-51 of the man whose severed ear was restored, isn't it odd that God doesn't do similar things today?
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The only account of modern day limb restoration healing I am aware of involved Smith Wigglesworth:
However, I have no other evidence backing this up.