Originally posted by @eladar
I can think of two different sources of life: a god or abiogenesis.
Why is it deducted that we reject the god and make abiogenesis a fact?
NO, abiogenesis, does NOT reject god.
Why cannot a god made abiogenesis happen?
Why is it that you reject that logical possibility? (and I both assert and think that IS a logical possibility)
As for deducing abiogenesis as a fact;
There is NO logical contradiction between there being a god and abiogenesis happened.
if a god exists then the very first life to ever exist came from non-life. If no god exists then the very first life to ever exist came from non-life. Therefore whether a god exists is irrelevant; the very first life to ever exist came from non-life. The very first life coming to exist logically implies there was a point of time when there was no life and then a point in time when there was life and, somewhere between those two points of time, since there isn't anything else life could have come from other than non-life, life therefore logically must have come form non-life. Life coming from non-life is, by definition, what we call abiogenesis. That is the deduction of abiogenesis as a fact.