LOL. The irony is, we don't know what those odds are!<quoted text>thanks for proving you are an idiot. I noticed you left out any odds. That's kind of odd. When you factor in:
A. The requirements for a hospitable, life-sustaining world with
B. The requirements for a hospitable, life-sustaining universe with
C. The requirements for generating complex life from seeming nothingness (without getting into the actual complexity of the organisms involved which makes it all the worse)
You arrive at
D. A number so vast that not only does it beggar the imagination, but any individual that isnt moved to at least a very, very cautious atheism or a very curious agnosticism isnt a terribly intelligent or honest person.
Could be that under "earth like" conditions the development and evolution of life is a certain as a ball falling if you drop it.
And we do know the creation myth in Genesis is just that, a myth. It's full of absurdities. So, while we don't know how life began, we do know it didn't begin *that* way.