6<quoted text>You are the one postulating a creator of life, therefore it is you who have to pony up the evidence -- which you have failed to do. Don't blame me for your failures. You want your religion taught in science class, you get to play by the very simple rules of science. Not my problem.
As for evidence of how life started ... there is evidence. That's why we study to formulate explanations based on the evidence. Have we finished, no. There are several hypotheses of how life started on Earth, scientific hypotheses, all of which have some evidence, but none of them have become the Theory of Abiogenesis. There remains much work to be dome. Your religious 'answer' would stop all work, which is certainly not how we learn things.
What I believe has little bearing on science. Science works whether you believe in it or not. The current evidence shows the Universe started with the, not aptly named,'Big Bang', which if I remember was hung on it as a pejorative, but it stuck. It matches the available evidence, whereas your idea that the universe started with the actions of one deity or another has no evidence at all.
Since there's no scientific evidence that the universe created itself then created life its all a belief