Let's blame god for everything, why don't we. There are plenty of reasons why children are born as you put it "incomplete". Most of them being the result of there parents, drug and alcohol abuse. The environment they live in. "Trinoble" ring a bell? Radio waves in the air, Cigarettes, makeup, you name it. Do you realize that the space that you live in belonged to someone else. Your forefathers killed those people to make space for you. Your guilty as well. The world is guilty for most of the short falling you describe and not god.
All the way back to your first parents. Adam and eve. Society as a whole has lived in sin from the time of the fall. It's easy to blame god. The truth is we are guilty. Until you realize that, you will see god as your enemy.
Do not put words in my mouth, Demetrios. I do not see God as my enemy just because of death and disease and defects. Outside of other forces, if God feels a person is meant to be deaf, who are we to cry foul? I do agree that God is not in the mix when it comes to some defects, such as the defects brought on by the use of Thalidomide and nuclear disasters, but what of the deaf and blind in Jesus' time? If God does not ultimately control whether a baby is born deaf or blind, does that mean He is not omnipotent? Ultimately, He decides all things, I believe.
Also, I am not guilty of my forefathers' sins. No one is. I do bear the responsiblity to help right the wrong, as much as I am able to, but I am not guilty of another's sins. And unless you can see into the past, you ought not to accuse my ancestors of killing anyone, since you don't know my ancestry and you didn't know my ancestors. That is bearing false witness, which I think you did not mean to do, so...
I do not blame God as if He's a bad child in a corner. I am simply saying that He has a purpose for things and who are we to judge what is right and what is wrong in this flawed world
? Therein lies our original sin: Pride. I'm not saying modern medicine is sinful when it reverses disease and defects. If God meant for something to be permanent, He would have cut out the loophole that Medicine is.
Ultimately, we should focus more on peoples' spiritual welfare, since we're only on this earth for the blink of an eye compared to all eternity. How defective would I look in my Father's eyes if I cure someone's deafness, but he remains outside Heaven? Remember, "not by bread alone...", or in this case, "not by medicine alone..."