"I'd say that human consciousness certainly supports a theistic view of human nature. Judaism and Christianity clearly teach that we are more than just matter - we're not a 'computer made of meat' in the words of Martin Minsky, but we're made in God's image."
"We have the capacity for self-reflection, for representational art, for language, for creativity. Science can't account for this kind of consciousness merely from the interaction of physical matter in the brain. Where did it come from? Again, I think theism provides the best explanation."(Meyer)
|Strobel, Case for a Creator|