If God does exist, then the evidence is all around us, you knuckleheads! So what if the probability of life on this planet began with a couple of flashes of lightning in a pool of water (or, a myriad of lightning flashes -- each time rearranging the molecular structure of the water -- over the eons). It all sounds plausible to me! Neither does it negate a God, in His "infinite way," in any way shape or form. If God does exist, then perhaps we should be looking at the whole thing holistically, rather than by digging in the soil and taking soil samples, dissecting anatomy at the cellular level, and in effect tearing the whole process apart until it's beyond recognition. There are many alternative avenues to be taken, the beginning of which would be human introspection. So, how is it that we can even question if God exists if it wasn't something inherent with who we were? Couldn't this be construed as evidence? Sure it can! EDIT: Changed "pretty ripe" to "plausible."