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.<quoted text> If God did it then it is life from life in line with biogenesis.
In the beginning [Time]
God created the heavens [Space]
and the Earth [matter]
From matter God creates man.
Genesis 1:1 presupposes God outside time space and matter.
<quoted text> Abiogenesis is an ad hoc exception which violates known laws of Science. It cannot be duplicated or observed. Inert matter insufficient cause to effect life no matter the time or circumstance unless there is a life form to direct the process which would be in line with biogenesis.<quoted text> Far more of a reasonable assumption then all of the diversity of life happening through non intelligent non directed causes whatever that may be. It is painstaking to observe the length atheists will undertake to delete God out of the picture.
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?