There are many reasons and much evidence to support a belief that abiogenesis probably occurred on earth. Faith is not part of the equation.'The belief that life on earth arose spontaneously from non-living matter, is simply a matter of faith in strict reductionism and is based entirely on ideology." Nuclear physicist and bioinformatician Dr. Hubert P. Yockey
The degree of that belief are commensurate with the quality and quantity of that evidence, and subject to revision pending new evidence. That is the antithesis of faith, which is not only not evidence based, but it is resistant to contradictory evidence.
Abiogenesis is by far the likeliest candidate explanation for the presence of life on earth, with panspermia being second. Gods are way at the bottom of the list, since they are orders of magnitude less likely to spontaneously organize than cells.
Besides, "Yockey quotes from the Bible (including the exact location of the quotes)." http://home.planet.nl/~gkorthof/kortho33.htm That pretty much disqualifies him as an impartial or trustworthy source.