I think that citing miracles as "proof" that one faith is wrong and another is right is just unscholarly. I think it is a sign of desperation. What if I cited the miracles performed by our Teacher Dioscoros and Patr. St Severus as "proof" I am right and you guys are wrong? What makes your miracles any more verifiable/valid than mine?

Personally, I do not cite them as proof. There are plenty of other proofs which are totally non-miraculous, which I can site--such as the ecumenical councils themselves, which is my "proof" just as yours is the writings of your saints and your councils. I would be interested in an exposition that was historical, detailed, and unbiased, where a non-polemical discussion could take place, but I won't hold my breath since we have different ways of seeing things in the first place and are both convinced of our rightness.