I understand your view. Its just that , I dont share it . Weve not been able to really find the undeniable "irreducible complexity" or the point, beneath which, lies some place of intervention of a creator.
Recent work on double cell "like" walls that lead to evagination (the [process by which an organism "turns itself inside out" to define a gut, or to act as a reaction site, can be "created in the lab" by taking reactive organics and exposing them to fluids in the presence of a strong reducing environment (like wed see in the caldera of a volcano and along the muddy travertine deposits of hot fumaroles).
Lets assume that in order for self assembly to take place, there would need a special "reaction cauldron", and we find one (or several ) in nature. Does that mean that this creator is also responsible for creating the cauldron and reaction place as well as the reaction? Also, because the history of life has been so hit and miss (with the vast majority of organisms just going extinct, I have to question the competence of a creator if its been said that the cretor is all knowing)
I see how easily we can accept natural phenomena without batting an eye, yet we seem to want to evince a creator by making it hang onto or direct all the many reaction cauldrons that exist in the world since time began.
(We have good geological evidence of mud fumaroles, paleogeysers, calderas, basalt fields, black smokers, travertine pools with algae mats all over) . I think that, to be fair, you must "pair up" all this evidence rather than just looking at cell walls mitochondria, DNA/RNA, etc. as unknown phenomena or "miracles of reation" > I see them as inevitable consequences of where chemistry/biology/ meets the environment.
Why did life proceed, ever so slowly up a slope from verry simple forms through several billion years and then, as processes became more routine (and geological evidence supports all these simple "baby steps"), more rapid and complex jumps of evolution began and continued through today. I see all these dependent reactions and developments manifesting how biology works in tune with environments that occasionally present themselves.