I think that is the most ridiculous idea I have ever heard.
Of course it was "created!"
It was "created by the serendipitous dynamics of chemistry and physics.
"Man is much to young a conscious species to be able to answer your question with absolute certainty.
You are obviously "religious" and you are seeking "backup" in your belief that a mythical supernatural divinity was responsible.
The answer to your question is: yes! Life was created by chance.
You are probably a very nice guy, but you are just another member of the easily led, uneducated followers of monotheistic belief.
I don't know which bible you have ref to, regardless all monotheistic writing is pure fantasy.
If you think me wrong, offer your reasons in other than opinion and conjecture and I will consider your response.
So was life created by chance or on purpose?
Life was created - back in 1989, one very wet Thursday afternoon, in a small lane at the back Co-op in Skipton in Yorkshire between the wheelie bins and the recycling area. It wasn't reported in the local newspaper as there wasn't enough room due to several extra obituaries due to a cold snap that week, and a sale of double glazing for granny flats. Life has lived there ever since feeding on out of date food such as Jamaica ginger cake and fully skimmed milk. The Discovery Channel was unable to film life as we know it due to an argument with the Co-op manager Brenda, as the film crew refused to buy non-kosha granary bagels from the in-store bakery, and several packets of buy one get one free, family size packets of lemon chilli flavoured triangular crisps.
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