This video sums up four sudden appearances that can’t be explained by a naturalistic answer:
1. Something from nothing
2. Life from non-life
3. Mind from biological machines
4. Morality and an appreciation of the good, the true, and the beautiful
They can’t be explained naturalistically not because people haven’t yet thought of a naturalistic answer, but because by their very nature, the changes require a moral being Who is outside of nature and self-existent. For example, life is something beyond mere matter, and everything we know from science refutes abiogenesis; life only comes from life. It’s also not possible for something to come from nothing (I’m talking about a real void here (no space or time), not a vacuum state). Something must generate something, and that Something had to have been outside of nature because nature didn’t exist. Etc.
I think the third point is weak, as presented in the video—it’s unclear what the difference is between #3 and #4. But I heard Frank Pastore explain #3 as an emergence of the mind, so I think that’s what they were trying to convey.