In the same way, I find the explanation that the world and the life that we observe within it came about by billions of incremental steps that include leaps like:
- "raw organic materials" transforming into amino acids
- amino acids somehow "becoming" more complex chains of RNA
- RNA then somehow "becoming" able to replicate
- replicating RNA then somehow "becoming" DNA that constitutes some form of life
- DNA then, by leaps and bounds, extending to new larger AND usable forms that interact with the existing usable segments to reproduce more complex forms of life.
(are we still claiming random mutations and natural selection as the driver here, or have we come up with a different driving force?)
....continue with a multitude of steps like these, every step more complicated and more complex than the most complex engineering and designs ever devised by man....
eventually resulting in a state of life where you and I are contemplating the subject on an internet thread.
That I find unconvincing.
So I guess we both remain unconvinced.