Some people claim they would believe in GOD if they saw a miracle. But what greater miracle than the history of the People of Israel? Isn’t the return of Zion a much greater and more impressive miracle than a fire descending from the sky or a sea split in two?
If someone does not see the wonders of these events, it is likely that even if he had witnessed the parting of the Red Sea, he would have seen only the mud at his feet and the sweaty shoulders of the marcher in front of him.
True, the history of the People of Israel was conducted in so-called natural ways, and not in masterpieces that transcend nature, but their anomaly compared to other people indicates that divine providence is what accompanied the course of events so that all prophecies appear in the Torah will be fulfilled.
This evidence testifies not only to the existence of GOD as some abstract “supreme power,” but to the existence of the GOD and GOD of the GODS involved and the providence described in the Bible, and hence the truths of the Torah and the obligation to refer to it a source for GOD’s existence.