I reverted to becoming a believer a couple of weeks ago because science couldn't explain something important - consciousness.
You can piece together carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen all you want, and through the laws of physics you can create beings that walk, talk, and respond to stimuli, but awareness of yourself and the environment did not make sense to me when considering it occurred as a natural evolutionary process.
Our brain consists of neurons which follow the rules of physics. There is no purpose to a consciousness when you can simply behave the same towards stimuli without one (like a robot would depending on how it is programmed).
I have a problem with this post. Although it is true that we have yet to truly bridge biology and psychology which is the frontier of consciousness we have made up a lot of ground in the area and are still actively finding new developments that I'm sure will lead us to an answer one day or another. This will echo other arguments in this thread which argue that just because we don't understand something doesn't mean it is the work of God. Consciousness still obeys the laws of physics whether we want to or not which is why the free will controversy in philosophy is a thing in the first place.
Pain was another thing that seemed unexplainable for years but eventually neurobiologists were able to piece together that puzzle. Was it the work of God then too?