This question was posed to me when I, in an attempt to show the holes in my opponents argument, asked: "How do you account for logic?" I explained that logic is a reflection of how God thinks. In her response, she replies, "How does one obtain logic from a deity?" This question made me think. I wasn't asked to long ago, but I eventually came up with an answer, along with an analogy.
The analogy is this; When someone builds a computer. They put some of their thought into it so that it works and can process things. You can see that when a computer is created, the intelligence of the man who created it, is reflected on how the well the computer works. The better the computer, the more thought was put into the computer, the more of its creator's intelligence is reflected.
In the same way, when God created us. He wanted us to have dominion over all of Creation, so He put great intelligence in man. Giving us the ability to figure out problems*, create great inventions, etc., Though, because of the curse of Genesis 3 and the effects of sin, our minds weren't the way they were then, and they continue to get worse.
*I should point out that problems were not a problem before the fall. But people have a way of dealing with the unexpected. One great thing God "programmed" in us, knowing that the fall would happen.
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