The catalyst of life, or primordial soup as some may call it, does provide hints on the possible how, however there is still the point of there is nothing to spark that first initial reaction and binding which creates 'life' as we know it. the combining enzymes and compounds in most lab studies in the most perfect of conditions yield nothing.<quoted text>
Yes, that's all nice, you know nothing of any hypothesis currently being investigated about how the first cells could have come about naturally.
However, just because something exists, doesn't make it evidence that something else exists. The existence of life is only evidence that life exists, nothing more.
And no. you don't understand.
Life is evidence of an Event.
the transition between inanimate and animate.
Something that is 'Impossible' by most all definitions.
The point being:
It could not have occurred with out some sort of outside influence...
which is evidence of something outside...
evidence of 'God'