This extraordinary little boy, Chase, was born without a cerebellum, leaving doctors speechless. He is also missing the part of the brain that controls breathing and sleeping: the Pons. To exacerbate scientists' knowledge further, Chase's activity despite such conditions, defies all known knowledge about the cerebellum's functions by performing tasks that was once thought to be exclusively controlled by this part of the brain. It was once thought that such a scenario would leave a person as nothing more than a 'vegetable.' Many experts are speculating about how this little boy is living and walking around.
Although experts constantly debate what elements constitute a 'person', most will agree that a person is more than 'matter-in-motion'; in other words, more than a brain. God kept this boy alive without the part of the brain that was thought to be vital in order to develop motor skills, have emotions, and maintain physical balance; all are present in Chase.
I chose this article because many people put their sole trust and faith in doctor's diagnoses; thereby absolutizing them. Although most people would have no trouble in trusting a physician's opinion in matters of medical phenomena, Chase Britton's case is a prime example of the limited knowledge and experience of such experts compared to God's providence.