Existence is a very strange phenomenon. Regardless of how we believe the universe or we ourselves came into being, it was, by any account, stranger than any fiction we’ve conceived. It’s nothing short of miraculous. And the strange Christian doctrines of the Incarnation, miracles, atonement, and resurrection are really only silly if one concedes the premise that there is no God. But this is a premise that neither scientific evidence nor any other objective indicator gives us any clear reason to concede. Rather, if there is a God, such doctrines are eminently reasonable. — Jon Bloom (from, Christianity and Atheism)