I'm fine with people saying that it could be possible that a sentient being created the universe. I mean, an advanced enough society should be able to pull those kind of things
upoff. Especially if limiting themselves to seeding life on planets, guiding evolution.
I just say that there's absolutely nothing to back that up in our human experience\theories that fit experience.
And that as an hypothetical inference on the origins of the universe and past times we have no or not alot of information about, it (god or creators or whatever) seems like an unlikely and unnecessary theory. Since it seems like organic life has spawned by itself on earth (wether or not with the help of meteor impacts and so on).
And even if i said that life was intelligently designed on earth that would still mean the intelligent life designer had to come to life him\her\itself\themselves. So the idea that life can evolve in our universe without external help is just not something one could deny without being called stupid for good reasons.
Explaining a statistically rare event with an even less plausible theory that doesn't even seem to fit any observation\theory and stating them as absolute facts is neither wise nor helpful for humanity as a dynamic system with an apparently and logicaly evolutionary built in nietzschean 'Will to Power'.