The term "abiogenesis" was coined by Thoms Huxley in a misunderstanding he had with the term "Biogenesis" first introduced by Henry Bastian. Bastian used "Biogenesis" to merely men the beginnings of life on earth an Huxley, (probably lotsa alcohol,was ingot into one of these endless "frank Apisa" arguments where Huxley stated oiver and over, that Bastians use of "Biogenesis" could only mean that life could arise from previous life (and of course he unwittingly negan the interminable argument and the creation of "Creationist myths" . Bastian had really no intention to be so tricky with the use of phrases to raise the religious POV. SO Huxley, in order to submit his thoughts as Darwin's"bulldog" created a one person argument that for some reason we cannot extract ourselves.
Thomas Huxley (1825–1895) used the term abiogenesis in an important text published in 1870. He strictly made the difference between spontaneous generation, which he did not accept, and the possibility of the evolution of matter from inert to living, without any influence of life.
Since the end of the nineteenth century, evolutive abiogenesis means increasing complexity and evolution of matter from inert to living state in the abiotic context of evolution of primitive Earth.
So the term "evolutive abiogenesis" was "designed" to distinguish the biological definition from a religion based one.
Since all beginnings of life are abiogenesistic ("No ****"), and we scientists must take credit for the stupid turn of phrase , we can only sit back and take whatever gets tossed our way and deal with it.
I WILL, however, never EVER use the phrase "Evolutive Abiogenesis" , sounds creepy. Also the term panspermia (Sounds like we should be looking for afterbirth in meteorites). Nevertheless, they are with us and are words that start many a good fight as witnessed above.
We dont even have any theories of the origin of life on our planet. We have several hypotheses , some with a few pieces of direct circumstantial evidence, but no slam dunks . (I dont say "yet" anymore, Ill give Bob Hen a couple more years to correlate his mineralogical evolution with that of life strata on earth and maybe we get closer to a "Yet".
The urban legend is that noone has come close to rally knowing, so we deal with method naturalism and seek evidence.