Not really, but consider the following:
1.) humans are able to reason logically, to create and understand models. That is so because we can grasp rules of logic.
2.) Those rules of logic also apply in nature including biological systems.
3.) For living organisms to rise from atomic matter, surely it had to be designed that way.
4.) Yet dead matter doesn't do that, it rather tends to a state that is being functionally disorganized.
5.) Logic in it self is immaterial. Now that's a problem for a materialist. Actually the learning about (knowing to be true) of rules of logic is a problem for any empiricism. You can't learn math and logic by simple sense perception. More belongs to that.
Not really sounds like you have some doubts and maybe lost some faith. Maybe you are leaning in some other direction?