The 'evidence' provided by atheistic science is always either 'millions of light years away' while peering through cleverly bent glass, or 'millions of years away' from current observations around us. That is exactly the way it will stay too, because that is the only way it actually works.
If the 'super luck' required to make any of their theories possible even existed at all, we would see at least one example happening right now, particularly given the fact that the number of 'events' occurring on microscopic levels of reality already represents a domain comparable to vast eons of time or millions of light years to our 'mezzo' level of experience. We don't see any 'accidental miracles' happening there, just the occasional 'very lucky' or 'rare' event which cannot possibly give credence to their impossible narratives.
What they conveniently forget to explain is that the passage of eons of time works in two distinct ways which counteract each other. One is in decreasing improbabilities, (as they say), since the shear volume of possible outcomes makes 'everything but the kitchen sink' the standard applied by nature. Everything is bound to be tried at least once and probably many times. However, the flip side must also be true as great lengths of time pass. The odds also grow increasingly smaller that anything 'constantly conducive' to life can be maintained while relying on this same luck, unless there is an unmentioned 'x factor' involved in making sure it is maintained using models or direct intervention.
Sensible people called Him 'GOD.'