I'm no expert on any of these matters myself, and I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place myself of where I stand (skeptic theist, for the moment), I think I can begin applying what I've learned and answer at least some of these. I'm certain someone else will be able to come along to better flesh out some of these points! (As they've done so while I've been writing this post, yes.
1.) Why not apply this same principle to God, then? Certainly, as one of the most complex (eg perfect) beings in existence, it'd only make sense for Him to have a maker as well, no? No? Then why not apply the same logic to the Universe? That is, why does God not need a creator, but the Universe does? (Also, uh, I don't think that's what that quote means, and even if so, making assumptions much based on a quote from some professor somewhere?)
2.) What is nonsensical? Again, the same problem as the first question: I dunno, God seems kinda nonsensical to me, too. (Admittedly, yes, I'm going off the Christian God, being the one I 'know.') Some of the stuff seems absolutely baffling. Worldwide flood? Condoning of Genocide? Zombies/resurrection? Apocalypse? (Not to mention some of the stuff that didn't even make it into the canon!)
3.) This seems to be the same thing as 2, calling the idea of anything but design to be nonsensical. The universe is rather hostile and messy, I don't know how intricate it can be argued! And, I may be a bit out of date (and by all means, I hope someone corrects me if I'm wrong) but even though things are a little shaky, it still remains one of the more well accepted theories behind the whole idea of the universe beginning. Hey, who knows, in 50-100 years (or maybe even tomorrow!) we'll find new evidence disproving the Big Bang or find a new model that works better - that's the great thing about science, after all. But, at least to my understanding, it is our current best educated guess on what we know.
4.) For one, spontaneous generation is rather silly, and isn't what's 'believed' at all. Second, we don't know for certain, work on abiogenisis is, I believe, still a rather new science. However, if I recall right, progress has been made in the labs at doing just that, work with amino acids, etc. etc. But we also get on the whole 'nonsensical' aspect once again: either something sparked off the whole thing, leading to the loooong process of evolution, or that just about every one of the many things were created "out of the ground?" (Also, I'd challenge back that it's only the fool who has blind faith and locks away his mind under the tyranny of fear.)
5.) I was, admittedly, expecting the whole 'but-but-but evolution is chance!' argument here, so credit where credit is due, I guess! For one, however, the human body does actually have a handful of things 'wrong' with it, but it's 1 AM and no real examples are coming to mind at the moment, so I'm hoping someone will come in to help out here. I've heard Dawkins' does a good job of arguing this point in his The Blind Watchmaker
though I admittedly haven't read it myself. (Also, once again... slow, mostly steady evolution over millions and millions of years through natural selection/adaption to environments, or man created out of dust and woman out of man's rib?)
6.) True, that is, we don't
know, I believe. Human consciousness remains (along with the creation of the universe and the beginning of life) one of the remaining great mysteries, so to say. But, no, I don't think it's too hard to agree with survival/morality both in individuals and society.
The three biggest problems I have with these six points (beyond them being incorrect/misinformation) is thus:
a.) These points only go so far as to argue some sort of deistic theology. That is, even if correct, none of them prove the existence of any particular God or even Gods. Yahweh? Allah? Quetzalcoatl?
b.) Sure, we don't know a good deal of this stuff for SURE, however, we continue to make progress, eliminating the God of the Gaps and making it harder and harder for Him to survive.
c.) Let's count the attacks against atheism/skeptics, shall we?
"putting common sense on the shelf" "senseless heart" 'the house building analogy' "'The fool says there is no God'" "how stupid such ideology is" "asinine"
None of these help further an argument, and such statements as these only help make an argument look silly and needlessly aggressive/insulting, c'mon now.