There is alot of evidence of an intelligent design as regards the creation. The Bible gives credit to Jehovah stating all the things he made were good.
That is not evidence. That is what is known as an unsupported assertion.
I just resently read an acticle about the how the feathers of the owl make them soundless (or very very little sound) during flight. The article also brought out how advantageous soundless (or very very quiet) commercial airliners would be, but as of yet none have been designed. Even very smart and modivated men and women have not been able to design such a quiet commercial airliner. So if we know it is hard to design things that work well why would we want to look at the complex and wonderful things in the creation and think they happened by accident? I think it is far more reasonable to give credit to Jehovah.
That is not a particularly good analogy, Lynna. There are factors you are not considering.
First is that if owls do not hunt successfully they will die. If have never heard of a plane designer or engineer being put to death because a plane they were responsible for was a bit too noisy. This is not a joke. I am quite serious. Owls have a great "incentive" to be quiet.
Second, owls are not required to cruise at speeds of five hundred miles per hour at altitudes in excess of thirty thousand feet, which means that owls do not require two thumping great jet engines on each wing. If owls did require this I assure you that "Jehovah" would have had a lot more difficulty "creating" silent owls. In fact I would expect such owls to be renowned as the noisiest birds on earth.
Bottom line: you are trying to compare chalk and cheese.
I'm a nurse, not a surgical nurse but I've had the opportunity to see several surgeries. When I have seen the inside of a living functioning human body it is awesome. Wonderfully made. I see the evidence of a designer, and no possibility of it happening by accident. No matter how many trillions and trillions of accidents are said to have occurred untold eons, I find that an unreasonable explanation for the complexity of a single life form let alone our entire earths ecosystems.
This is a common logical fallacy known as the argument from personal incredulity. Examples are easy to find. For instance, when the first steam locomotives were introduced there was a common belief that human beings could not survive speeds much faster than a galloping horse. It was thought that a train travelling at sixty miles per hour would result in the death of its passengers. Why? Well because nobody had ever travelled that fast and it "seemed impossible" that anyone could survive at such a speed. Of course we now know that humans are quite chuffed about travelling fast and tend to go for it at any opportunity. Scratch one theory based on personal incredulity.
If you have no knowledge of how biology and particularly evolution work then yes, bodies may seem to be impossible without a designer. This just reflects your limited knowledge.
I have no idea what kind of evidence you want. There are people who claim if they saw miracles like happened in the Bible they would believe. This however did not occur for all during Bible times. The Israelites leaving Egypt saw great acts of Jehovah but they still didn't believe enough to live their life by God's directions. The Bible records Jesus by Jehovah's power healing ten men of leprosy. Only one of those cured acknowledged the source of the cure by returning to give thanks and praise Jehovah.
Brief note regarding the Exodus: it never happened. It is mythology, not history.