.I mean, eliminate God altogether and there are no miracles;
. . . .believe in God, and the raising of the dead...
. . . .is a piece of cake.
We are all competent enough to choose our own reality and decide for ourselves what is a miracle and what is not. I don't think belief in God (which God is that again?) is a prerequisite to belief in miracles. I think if you have a God you believe in, you attribute miracles to him. If you don't, you are free to attribute miracles to any number of other forces/explanations.
As for raising the dead...well we do that on a daily basis these days. There are numerous books available on the experiences of those who have had NDEs (near death experiences) after having been dead...and brought back by modern medicine. Even within this body of knowledge, the facts vary. It would seem that we meet, to a certain degree, what we expect, or to look at it another way, we interpret what we experience differently...even death.
I have seen what many would consider miracles, or at the very least unexplainable occurances through out my life, and I have never attributed them to God. That doesn't make me right or wrong, it only reflects my personal belief system.