Lord! abiogenesis doesn't violate any natural laws?....uh, biogenesis? that life only comes from existing life? ever heard of it? or perhaps using the scientific method you can give us one, just ONE example of inanimate matter coming to life on it's own.<quoted text>
Except that "abiogenesis" doesn't violate any natural laws and there is no truth in the statement that it cannot be duplicated or observed, only that it has not yet been duplicated/observed in a controlled setting.
Didn't you then mean to say that it is tedious to what lengths people will go to rationalize their presupposed and personally preferred bronze age mythology?
I like your faith based statement that it hasn't been duplicated or observed yet, this speaks well of your beliefs that are based on your faith rather than evidence.