This depends on whether one lends any credence to the contention that the fine-tuning of the universe exhibits precisely the features (extreme improbability and functional specification) that invariably trigger an awareness of, and justify an inference to, intelligent design. It also depends on whether one recognizes the Bible as being unique among all written text ever penned on the Earth. Was it truly inspired by God? Scripture said, "then the Lord, your God, will bring back your exiles, and He will have mercy upon you. He will once again gather you from all the nations, where the Lord, your God, had dispersed you." No other peoples in the history of the world who were conquered and exiled from their lands managed to return and reestablish their nation hundreds of years later—only Israel. How is it that this occurred with they alone, just as the God of Abraham promised? Scripture also promised a Messiah who would sacrifice Himself for the sins of mankind. Yeshua said, "You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness about Me, yet you refuse to come to Me that you may have life." Indeed, if the Bible was not inspired by God, how could it "know" hundreds of years in advance that the Messiah would be called a Nazareen, that Galilee would witness His blessings, that He would be born in Bethlehem, that He would be called out of Egypt, that they would pierce his hands and feet? And on and on and on the prophesies go... Yeshua also remarked that "anyone who has seen Me has seen the Father," and He claimed that "I and the Father are one." On another occasion He said, "Believe in God; believe also in Me. In My Father's house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go and prepare a place for you?" If God is not real, where did the Messiah get the power to heal and perform miracles? When His disciples claimed He rose from the dead, why didn't the Romans or the religious leaders simply produce His body and put an end to the "rumor?" If what He claimed was false, then Christ was insane. So why is it that even atheists quote Him so much? There is one thing after another I can point to that give me reason to believe in the existence of Yahweh. But about the only thing I can point to as evidence that I came from from a monkey who came from nonliving matter that popped into existence from a universe that organized itself out of total chaos are the slight variations observed in the beaks of finches living on the Galapagos Islands. I do not find this evidence as compelling as God the Son having Himself appeared here on the Earth.