Existing isnt just physical, there is zero proof of a magic man being first cause and it fits no 'rational' model. Quoting: SheldonCooper
It is perfectly rational to infer that a system of laws originated with an intelligence.
There is zero proof that the physical universe created itself naturally out of nothing and yet you have blind faith in that.
Cells do the complete opposite, they are easily viewable and theoretically creatable as random. Quoting: SheldonCooper
They are about as "theoretically creatable" as closing your eyes, mashing a keyboard, and by chance typing out the Encylopedia Britannica word for word with no grammatical errors. In other words it is operationally impossible.
"theoretically possible" is another way of saying "anything is possible until we disprove it". You may as well be arguing that the flying spaghetti monster literally exists.
The most rational explanation is that such a sophisticated biological system was intelligently designed. Your Naturalistic Faith
won't allow you to follow the logic.
And we're not even touching on the many examples of cosmological fine-tuning of which a slight variation would not allow life to exist.
Everything points to intelligent design.