Let's just stop and think about this statement for a minute:
"Brantly thanked the hospital workers who cared for him in Atlanta and administered the experimental serum that cured him. 'Above all I am grateful to God for sparing my life,' Brantly said."
Let us take away the research that was required to teach this medical missionary how to treat illnesses, how different drugs responded to a virus, the importance of cleanliness in the day to day functioning of living, the value of quarantine in preventing the spread of the disease. What did it take to have all these factors in place for this doctor to recover from Ebola? Could they be in place without a superhuman power? Does it require a god to accomplish these ends? Does belief in a superhuman power result in this fortunate outcome?
To say "Above all I am grateful to God for sparing my life". What about the people who were with him after he contracted the virus? What about the transport people who flew him to Emory Hospital in Atlanta, GA, and the people who treated him while he was there? What about the janitor and cook who cleaned up while he was in treatment and nourished him through his recovery?
I find his statement ingenuous at best and gullible at worst.