I prefer to not be the man on the roof. God can and most if the time, works through other people to accomplish His will.Stop thinking you're clever and read carefully:
No matter how remote the probability of something occurring, so long as it CAN occur through circumstances describable by science, it is still an infinitely more likely cause than God. God does not even logically enter the discussion. And, in fact, if something happened that you think could NOT have occurred through circumstances describable by science, there is an almost infinite probability that you have bad information concerning the event. And for the final case, if something happened that you think could NOT have occurred through circumstances describable by science, and you have conclusive, examinable, and defensible evidence to support this claim, supply it (with the recognition that a lack of ability for known phenomena to produce the result is NOT support for the conclusion that God did it).
That last one has yet to happen here.
Some of you have heard this joke:
A man climbed onto his roof as the waters rose. He prayed earnestly for God to save him from this flood.
Later a boat drove by and they told him to jump in and they'd get him to dry land. He replied no, that God would save him. So they passed by.
Another boat came by and coaxed him to get in but he replied the same.
Once the water had almost consumed his home, a helicopter flew over and lowered a ladder. The man yelled that he didn't need it, that God would save him.
Later at the pearly gates after the man drowned, he asked God "why didn't you save me, I believed you would save me?"
God replied "I sent two boats and a helicopter. What else would you have me do?"
So anyway, I don't want to be the man on the roof saying "no, I won't get in the boat. My rescue must be in a manner that is totally illogical and cannot be proven by science, or mistaken for coincidence."
I'd climb in the boat and be grateful to God and the man who saved me.