Often wrong; never in doubt
So much this.
I don't discount evolution and natural selection; rather I think it's part of the design.
Let's assume all life evolved from a primordial, simple life form. Forget the word "God" for a moment. The harder you look at the "beginning of life" problem, you have to consider how ridiculously complicated are the inner-workings of the simplest bacteria or amoeba. Eventually after much thought and analysis, the notion of a "creator" seems plausible. Then when you grasp the incredulously far-reaching mathematic probability that these systems came together by chance, a "creator" of some sort becomes a real possibility.
Was life built-in to the universe, not by a 'creator' but by nature, and set to spring forth under the right conditions? Maybe so, but science is impossibly far from being able to try explaining that theory.
The 'intellectuals' who say science proves there is no creator are on the same level as 87sooner. Blind faith and lots of bluster.