And it's worth pointing out, June, that for each of the instances you mention - the universe, earth and life on earth - we have pretty reasonable working idea how these things came about.
Of course for the most distant event, the arising of the universe we are still struggling though there are a number of quite possible ideas out there that would not have required and third party intelligence to allow the universe to come about. The mate-verse theory, for example, we mentioned in last week's New Scientist magazine. None of these are a concluding answer to the 'where the universe came from' but they illustrate that whilst the real answer to the question is 'we don't know' we know enough to say that it is very unlikely that it was not a natural event brought about by matter and not requiring and intelligent intervention.
We have a much better picture for the earth - of how the sun formed and how the planets also formed from the swirling dust around the sun. Once again, there is no need for an intervention - it happened quite on its own following the laws of physics.
Especially for evolution of life we have more evidence that almost any other scientific theory. It is not the sort of thing one can just dismiss out of hand - there's more than 100 years of hard research, fossil collecting, finding and understanding DNA etc. that points to evolution as the most likely way things happened. Of course, anyone is free to believe or not believe anything they like, but evolution isn't really a thing to believe or not believe in the same way that people don't say that about gravity. Mind, it would not need much to change this view - from near fact to junked theory would only need a couple of fossil rabbits in the wrong place in the rock strata. That in over 100 years this has not happened should show you how solid the theory of evolution is and thus how close to the truth about how life in earth changed into all the life-forms we see today.
Naturally, on this view, there is no need for a creator since the evidence points to it happening by itself. Yet a creator isn't ruled out. All we lack is the detection of such a creator. That many, many people claim to 'know' Jesus or god or Allah doesn't really count as detecting though, especially in the face of the fact that the god people claim to 'know' always agrees with them on the issues in their lives, yet, sometimes, we might expect that part of the population might find their god disagrees with them. It sounds as though people create their own god in their heads and then, mostly, call it the name of the god in their religion. So we need some way to reliably detect a creator if we are to come up with anything other than a hypothesis that things were brought into being by a creator. Are you going to be the one to do this, June?