Humans don't come from rocks, in a planet rich with elements necessary for life it is easy for the elements to begin creating polypeptide chains that then create larger protein chains that then create DNA molecules. Scientists have even created large polypeptide chains (one of the smallest units of life) in labs. So before you make delirious comments maybe you should read a book...you know, something that's non-fiction. The Founding fathers, such as Franklin, Jefferson, Paine, etc. were for the most part naturalists who believed that God did not control our lives. Unfortunately, they were born 100 years before Darwin and never knew about Evolution or Atheism so it would seem impossible that anyone of that time was anything but religious in one way or another.
My friend, don't insult my intelligence by blithely suggesting that I read a book. Let's just talk about the substance of issues. Attempts to create life -- even the so-called building blocks of life -- in laboratories have been dismal failures. Everything we see in this world, everything we test, seems to prove that you need life to make life.
Oxygen is necessary to sustain life, but experiments have shown that the presence of oxygen would destroy these "building blocks," which generated the theory of the primitive "reducing" atmosphere. Evidence for that from ancient rocks has proven inconclusive. The famous Miller-Urey experiment has never produced amino acids, proteins, RNA, DNA, or even "primitive" unicellular life forms.
We've never made life from nonliving material, so if we can't do it with our vast intelligence, how can we just assume that it happened? It strains credibility beyond the breaking point, in my view.