Ok—here’s what I don’t get.
You have people who are fine with God creating the entire universe from scratch.
Think about that…
Galaxies, suns, gravitational forces, quarks (whatever the hell they are…), rain forests, viruses, the dance of subatomic particles: all of it. From scratch. The crystalline structures of minerals. The little bio-motors that power flagella. All of it.
Bringing forth life in a wild riotous explosion of varities of forms and shapes and colors and life-spans. And that’s just this planet…
They’re fine with all of that.
But suggest that God might fertilize a single human egg cell—this being the same Being that started the whole subatomic dance thing and decided that “fertilization” should even be a thing—suggest that, and suddenly they think you’ve gone a conceptual bridge too far?
Really? You’re fine with “everything from scratch” but one half of one cell is too much for you to conceive of?
(pun totally intended…)