I had a crises of doubt when I first discovered the gospel of God and one of the reasons I struggled with doubt is that I grew up in a secular family where we believed every creation had to be calculated and materialized d explained based on organic manner in the physical world. Because I did not have the intellectual capacity to imagine a creator that was smart enough to design the world from the scientific principles of the world, I had difficulty conceptualizing how such a complicated and intelligent creation could exist.
Now I have two rebuttals for that. The first is that unlike animals and people and insects and fish and birds, God is a divine manifestation of universal union and unmoving first combined cause and not a physical compilation of organic matter so God is not bound to the laws of science and physics - rather than God exceeds those laws because God created those laws.
The second rebuttal to that is that belief in God is not a calculated projection of explained first or primary causes and orders that requires a complex mind to understand but rather, belief in God is a willingness to build emotional and mental affinity with an abstract source of infinite first causes in an endless universe not bound by space and kind, it’s about infinite union and projected abstract comfort - not about quantifying the perimeters of infinity in your mind to explain things that cannot be explained.