"No. All that means is we can't tell you today exactly how life began via naturalistic means. Like we couldn't tell you 100 years ago that the mechanism of inheritance was DNA."
You just don't get it, do you. Not only do we not know today how life began via naturalistic means, but we don't know if we will *ever* know. And not only do we not know "how" it could have happenned, but we really and truly do not know if it actually happened by purely naturalistic mechanisms. You assume that it did, but that is nothing but an assumption.
You claim that we may know someday how it happened, but that's nothing more than a guess and a hope. Get it? Hope has *nothing* to do with science. If you weren't so blinded by your assumptions, that would be obvious to you.
You just don't get it, do you.
WHAT non-naturalistic mechanism has *ever* been identified. ANY non-naturalistic mechanism. Any faith. Any sacred stone demonstrated to have non-naturalistic power. Any reproducible evidence for any such ghost whatever.
And then you've got to demonstrate that it's reasonable that this as-yet-undiscovered non-natural phenomenon created life billions of years ago.
Let me know when you get off the starting block.