Isn't it interesting that we will immediately dismiss the possibility of a "god" because of scientific advances? Advances which include the creation of life. And advancement which must be assumed to be a FIRST if one is to dismiss a "GOD".<quoted text>
The odds that lightning will strike a specific point on the planet are quite small. The odds that lightning will strike are significantly larger.
The odds that a life sustaining planet will occur in a specific solar system in a specific galaxy are quite small. Throw in the large size of the univers and the significan number of galaxies and planetary systems and the odds become a much lower hurdle to cross.
If you knew anything about life and the role chemical reactions play in it along with the number of chemical reactions that take place quite spontaneously you'd admit that just about anything is possible and there is no need for a god, gods, or God to have any concern over any matters as trivial as the crap we throw at each other.
Sure, it may not be the "god" of the bible, but I find it quite naive to think there is NO possibility that in fact, another more intelligent life-form, a "god", didn't come along and kick start the human race much the same as we are doing today.
Think of the things we build and create, is it possible we aren't the "big man" on the block? Perhaps we are simply living in a big ant farm as entertainment for our "god"?