But what the bible points to is a being that transcends the complexity that we see here. Complexity actually becomes something entirely different in another dimension. So to speak in terms of complexity of life on earth is not the same as saying that God is complex (which I believe He must be).
The issue is you believe everything was made by god, whether complex or not, so it doesn't matter how complex something is, because even if it isn't complex you say it was made by god. This renders the complexity argument as redundant and your use of complexity as meaningless.
Honestly, are you just making this up as you go along? This is a classic case of special pleading. No really, this is a fantastic example of it. You take a concept, in this instance complexity, say it is a signpost for ID, then apply this same concept to god but then remove all meaning of complexity to get god off the hook!
"Complexity is actually something entirely different in another dimension." - I genuinely laughed out loud when I read that. What is complexity in another dimension then? Is it the colour pink? Perhaps it's a jealous cloud with sparkly monkey socks attached? Or maybe it's the opposite and it's simplicity.
Really, for a thread designed for you to provide evidence, all you do is make stuff up. Why don't you do us and yourself a favour and stop this pretence that you have valid arguments for your belief that can be convincing for others, when all you actually have is faith based on personal experience? Let's face it, even when we point out a glaring contradiction, you just wipe clear the meaning of words to nullify it and therefore get your belief off the hook. I'm not sure who you're trying to convince, but by the way you bypass refutations without so much as a by your leave, I think it's yourself.
But organism complexity is relative, because even the single cell is a very complex thing.
So life starts at complex and just gets more complex and fascinating. I would not intuitively look at life, especially with the microbiological advances of today, and think "oh all this is happening on it's own without any instruction". I've got to think that these life forms, from the least to the greatest of complex organisms, have been infused with a software program to drive them to do what they do. It doesn't make sense otherwise. If that "software" is really there, then it makes perfect sense to wonder about the intelligence who coded the organism.
So my point is that if a person believes that there is at least a possibility of intelligent design behind all this, it opens the door to the possibility of what many call God. Atheism shuts down that possibility right from the start (so it seems).
Now an argument from ignorance. Atheism doesn't shut down the possibility. Atheism is just not believing gods exist. The possibility is not dismissed, the fact that god can't be shown to exist or not exist is at least my reason for shutting down any pointless maundering by theists.
The idea is that God is eternal and operates in a dimension very different than this dimension where we are defining complexity. Therefore the idea that God cannot be complex because He wasn't created, is an invalid argument outside of this dimension.
I base this on the idea that god is also a soul/spirit. If god has always existed, then he can't be complex because complexity points to a deisgner. Therefore, a soul/spirit cannot be complex. However, you believe soul/spirits are created by god, so even when we point to something that isn't complex, you still see need for a desginer.
But to keep it simple, if God is who the bible says He is, then He has always existed and was not created. If then, He is the Author of creation, then He made the rules, and is not bound by the rules or laws of nature that we observe in this dimension.
If god made the rules then he could've designed things in any way he liked. That isn't intelligent design because that would require parameters that need adhering to. No, this is just random design where god does things however he damn well likes.