I have to honestly ask some questions. Not about your religious ideas, but about some of the non-religious things you said which don't make sense.
Anyways, let's start with my facts on why all this life is NOT an accident. (in my opinion)
1: If the Big Bang created the universe, what were the chemicals that caused it? And what created those chemicals that caused the Big Bang? And what created those chemicals that created those chemicals that created the Big Bang? (ect ect)
2: Why is the universe followed by laws. Such as gravity, ect ect.
3: Where did water come from? How was it created? (in space)
EVOLUTION: If we came from monkeys, there's supposed to be no more monkeys. There are still monkeys. WTF?
First. If you're giving facts, why did you put them in the form of questions? Questions generally imply one of two things; that a person doesn't know the answer and is asking, or a person is putting it rhetorically, not expecting it to be answered. These were neither.
Second. Why do you think the Big Bang was caused by chemicals? An explosion is simply defined as something expanding or bursting apart at a very rapid rate. No part of that suggests that explosions can only be caused by chemicals. If someone used a magnetic accelerator to fling a rock at something at a very high speed, and it hit something that stopped it, it could easily cause an explosion due to the release of kinetic energy in all directions by the fact that it can no longer go forwards.
Third. Why do you think the laws of the universe had to be put in place by someone? Scientific laws are expressions of forces, so for example, the law of gravity is an expression of the attractive force generated by one mass on another. What about that suggests that these forces had to be deliberately enacted, instead of simply being natural extensions of the basic nature of matter and energy?
Fourth. Why do you think water was created in space? Water is a chemical reaction between an oxygen and two hydrogen atoms (H2O), where they 'share' electrons and thus form a very strong bond. Space, by definition, has very little matter in it, and thus there is little chance of hydrogen and oxygen atoms meeting by chance in order to form water. In any case, if there is sufficient free oxygen and hydrogen around, water can form very easily, as the the chemical reaction which forms it releases energy (thus, it only takes a tiny amount of energy to cause a chain reaction which can convert a very large amount of H2 and O2 into H2O). Nobody had to 'create' water in other words, it just formed as a natural consequence of the presence of free oxygen and hydrogen in the same place.
Fifth. Why do you think evolution requires the presence of humans to be counterbalanced by the lack of monkeys? Even if, just for the sake of argument, humans did evolve from monkeys (which is not true; both evolved from a common ancestor), the fact of the matter is that the theory of evolution doesn't require that a daughter species supplant its parent. The short form of evolution is that an organism better-adapted to its environment is more likely to survive to reproduce than one which is not. If both daughter and parent are adapted in different ways, both of which give a survival advantage, then both are likely to survive and prosper unless they are forced to compete for limited food resources. Then, perhaps, one would supplant the other, if its survival advantage were enough greater to give it a clear edge over the other. And that doesn't necessarily mean that the daughter species will supplant the parent; perhaps the parent's advantage will allow it to compete for scarce resources better than the daughter's.
Sixth. What do these questions have to do with your premise that life is not an accident? For example, the Big Bang, the physical forces, and the formation of water do not necessarily have anything at all to do with whether life is an accident or not. If the former three were all purposeful, it does not follow that life was also purposeful; if the former three were all accidental, it does not follow that life was also accidental.