The difference is that there are no rules of nature, laws of science, laws of physics, or even any hints from space exploration that "matter" is anything other than very hostile to life.
Nothing we've found even hints that matter can be coaxed into biological activity. Even water is lethal if not in the correct dosage. The creation of life is a very very delicate balance of millions of factors. It all points to intelligence as the source.
No, it doesn't actually - and this is your confirmation bias (based upon the assumption/emotional investment you made regarding your interpretation of the bible). Mere complexity does not equate to intelligent design, and neither does rarity of occurrence. For that you need actual evidence and not just speculative conjecture based upon your assumed worldview. This is why in another post I asked you how you determine the difference between miracles and rare occurrences. We contrast design with what is found in nature (i.e. - what is naturally occurring). To this point, we have ample examples of what we call human intelligence
and/or design. We DO NOT, on the other hand, have any examples of deities creating universes out of nothing, fully grown humans, or old looking planets.
So again, your analogy fails to demonstrate a good justification for thinking that our local experience in this part of the universe is designed by some intelligence. All it shows is that you WANT that to be the case because (for the third time) you assumed your worldview based on an assumption of an alleged experience. Why is it so difficult for you to admit ignorance on the matter?
I've worked at my current job for 3 years and my boss built or designed our factory 4 years ago. So I am surrounded by "intelligent design" from my boss or my own fabrication. I just made a list of 20 things we use every day that I engineered for our plant.
A co-worker is unable to adjust an oven to compensate for thick or thin crust pizza ( a pizza company uses some of our warehouse space) and he runs to the lunch room because he cannot figure out how long a 30 minute lunch break is unless the big hand is on the top or bottom.
I can't be persuaded away from intelligent design because intelligence gets things done, and stupid produces nothing.
Does this mean that you are now attributing anything that happens in nature as coming from this thing you call "God"? How can you distinguish between naturally occurring things and "intelligent design"?
Btw, you are simply wrong that nature can't produce things. Evolutionary biology overwhelmingly demonstrates that the diversity of life on this planet comes from nature (new species of plants/animals etc which did not exist before) as well as biological adaptation (such as mutating viruses that resist antidote). Had you taken the time to actually educate yourself on these subjects perhaps you would know this (mere home study doesn't cut it). Geology and plate-tectonics demonstrates that nature produces beautiful places like Niagra Falls and the islands of Hawaii. And there are plenty of things in nature that demonstrate happenstance, strikes of luck (based on chance), and rare occurrences.
Again, if you think your deity thing somehow orchestrates it all then you are going to need demonstrable evidence to backup that assertion and not just your-saying-so.
Btw, an Argument from Ignorance/Incredulity is not evidence.