Who says it was random? Only people who are incredulous towards the concept. However chemistry is not random. That's why we get water when we combine hydrogen and oxygen and never argon, platinum or helium. Chemicals were abundant on the early Earth so it's really just a case of continuous chemical processes leading to other chemical processes, such as life (life is chemistry). And this is what the geology of the early Earth shows us. Lots of chemistry going on, then around 3.5 to 3.8 billion years ago we get the first signs of organic chemistry, the building blocks of life. This is soon followed by prokaryotes then eukaryote lifeforms, then bacteria and other forms of multicellular life. Often people have theological contentions towards life starting in such primitive conditions but that's what the evidence indicates.<quoted text>
I don't know, i don't know any fundamentalists. I haven't denied evolution, I'm just not convinced of that first spark of life and where it came from. Random molecules spontaneously igniting life is shades of Frankenstein, isn't it?
Then unfortunately we have silly people like Cybele who say abio is wrong because no-one knows for sure why the Big Bang started yet, despite them being separated by near 10 billion years.