No, it raises two issues.<quoted text>
The following is a snippet from talkorigins.org FAQs,
Q: The odds against a simple cell coming into being without divine intervention are staggering.
A: And irrelevant.
Is it your scientific/mathematical understanding that the probability of something happening is irrelevant with regard to whether it happened or not?
1. If it did happen, it must have happened in smaller steps. NO BIOLOGIST believes that a simple cell could just poof into existence in one massively unlikely step. However, the building blocks of a simple cell - RNA, lipid mirospheres, amino acids and polypeptide chains, etc, have been shown to emerge naturally under the right conditions.
2. If you proved natural Abiogenesis to be impossible tomorrow Evolution would still stand. That is why its nothing more than a big fat red herring. As the site says: irrelevant.