Suppose Bob was on the beach one day making a raft. He was using vines to lash logs together to make it and he was chewing the vines into, in order to make them the proper length.
John walks by and sees him working at his task. He returns to his home and makes a knife and writes an instruction sheet that explains that he made the knife, what he expected Bob to do with it, and that he would return to reclaim it. John goes back to the beach and lays the knife and the instructions where Bob will find them.
Bob sees both of the items and because he is very intellectual he immediately uses the knife to cut the vines. He finds many uses for the knife other than just cutting vines: some good and some bad.
He begins to wonder where the knife came from and why it was placed where it could be easily found. He knows that the knife didn’t just happen and it couldn’t have made itself.
Bob remembers the instruction sheet and reads part of it, but he doesn’t believe it. So he begins to study the knife and test it. He weighs it, measurers it, subjects it to as many tests as he can think of in order to find out where the knife came from.
Bob discovers many things about the knife, but not who made it, nor why. The answers to those questions are written in the instruction sheet. They are the thoughts of the maker and thoughts of another can not be found in the products of his or her hands.
The same holds true of God. His thoughts can not be found in what He has created: no matter what method, or how one tries. God’s thoughts are in the Bible and the Bible is proved true by the predictions of future events that are, or were, in it.
Those who will not believe and put their faith in the Bible put their faith in many books, none of which are true. If one writes a book on anything in this world in ten years some one will write a book that refutes it. Maybe not completely, but still a claim that part or all is not true: and they will be correct!
When I attended school all matter was made of electrons, protons, and neutrons and they were the smallest particles in the universe. Hum…
Anyway, the thoughts of the Maker are not possible to find in His creation. If you can not even find them you certainly can not prove them by studying His universe.
The wisdom of the world and the wisdom of God are truly different (1 Cor 1:20&21). One can not use either one to prove the other.