The belief that everything arose by chance is so much more extreme than the craziest of religions. It is surprising that any self respecting and even minimally educated person can pretend to hold onto that position.
So you prefer the convenience of a god who is infinite so he never had to evolve or anything. And he looked like us. With a penis and legs and everything. Always existing. Never having had to be formed. Having no cause. Infinite. Convenient.
You have faith in a story from long ago, and trust it more than modern science. Lacking evidence, other than others who believe the same thing (which is not evidence, by the way) And with that you think you understand everything. Enough so that you can laugh at all who disagree with you.
Staring at a crystal or a flower or a bacterium or a finger and saying "He made this all for us" takes quite an ego. He apparently also made a universe far more vast than we humans will ever need. He could have gotten by with one star and one planet, instead he made 100 billion galaxies, each with an average of perhaps 400 billiions. Scientists estimate that our galaxy alone has as many as 40 billion earth-sized planets. And you are saying that nothing could ever have happened without your god.
When one is astonished and decides to study our universe, one becomes a scientist. When one is astonished, mouth agape, too stunned to study, too amazed to think about it, too willing to give the universe a simple minded answer, they turn to religion. With self-appointed pride.
Science doesn't know everything, but the claims that it makes, the things that it knows something about, has evidence. Religion has a story, and as you are demonstrating, it requires a built-in gullibility. Plus the ability to fend off information by the ton. Religion, as it makes claims about reality that don't match anything but the thoughts that bind it, blunders forward, burning heretics and witches, flying into buildings, blaming storms on gays, claiming righteousness and shuttering at every change in society. And simultaneously claiming they know everything that they need to know.
It is surprising that any self respecting and even minimally educated person can pretend to hold onto that position. Well, not surprising. Inevitable, apparently. Once you have an uneducated enough population. That you can scare.
What you don't understand is that it is hard to parse reality when you're busy pissing in your own jeans because you don't know yet if you're going to get into heaven. That sure must be distracting.
I made no mention of faith. Did any of your diatribe address the issue ? Is the universe random ? If not (or partially not) then what other factor is at work which gave rise to the ingenuity of (for example) a single cell or DNA ? What gives rise to intricate purposeful activity ?
Do you want to offer 'natural selection' ? 'The 'natural laws' ? Are these distinct from pure randomness or alternatively an originating purposeful intent ? Eg are we dealing with random laws ? If so then we are still talking about a random universe. If non random then what is that other influence ? The influence that gave rise to complex brains and intelligent cellular activity. What is that elusive factor in an atheist worldview ? I have never heard the beginnings of a coherent answer to this question.
If you are basing your entire thesis on thoughts such as these:
Purposeful intelligence is seen in every element of life down to the lowest observable point.
The irrefutable argument is the ridiculousness of the alternative - this being a random universe.
Then you are basing it on faith. Because you have no evidence whatsoever for that intelligence. You are looking at reality, coming up with nothing specific for an explanation, and proclaiming it intelligently designed. You have no explanations telling us the source of such intelligence (other than the assumption I come up with that it is probably your god) and you offer no demonstrations showing how this intelligence is doing it. You have no experiments showing evidence of an intelligently designed universe. You are merely looking at various examples and saying "Wow, that looks like it was intelligently designed!". With only your opinion to back it up.
If you can tell me where, besides personal interpretations and listening to the personal interpretations of others, you get the idea that the universe is intelligently designed; if you can give us something more substantial than your incredulity, I might listen to you when you say it is not something faith based. In the meantime, I can't find any other way to define it.
In other words, if the various sciences are as wrong as you say they are, your contrary opinion, on its own, is woefully inadequate to dissuade me. You need to show me more than "Golly gee!".
If I were to say "Hey, there's no frickin' way that when I hit a letter on my keyboard, it can change what I'm looking at on my computer screen. That's impossible! There HAS to be a human between my keyboard and my computer screen that sees what letter I have pressed and then writes it on the screen for me. Why you can't see that I'll never understand. It is the only possible way for it to happen!", would that be enough to cause you to change your view of how computers work?
Nothing you are offering is any more substantial than that. Hence my use of the word "faith".