No, that is not what I said at all.<quoted text>
Lets see if I have this straight.
God could not have created the universe because you have proof that nothing exploded to create everything.
God could not have created life because you have proof the life just started on its own.
God could not have created different kinds of animals because you have proof that all plant and animal life came from one self generated life speck.
Invoking God as the creator of the universe means you no longer have to figure out what, exactly happened at the beginning of the universe: you have a pat answer that actually answers nothing.
Invoking God as the creator of life means you no longer have to figure out exactly how life got started. You no longer have to understand the physics, chemistry and biology of life, but can use a pat answer that actually answers nothing.
Invoking God for the diversity of life means you no longer have to figure out exactly how life has diversified over time. You have a pat answer that actually answers nothing.
To see if you *really* have an answer to a question, see if the same answer would just as easily provide an 'answer' to the opposite question. If it equally well would explain the diversity of life as its lack of diversity, with no change in the explanation, then you have no explanation at all.
So, yes, simple-minded intellectual laziness. Instead of having to think deeply, you declare *poof* God did it and no longer have to think.