The irrefutable evidence that overwhelmingly supports the fact that life is a result of evolution by natural selection very much puts the kibosh on any notion that life was in any way created.
However, there are some unanswered questions as to how matter or energy came to be.
If we were to assume that there is a God responsible for at least being the prime mover of existence it is not just good enough to say "God has always been there and that's that"
If one were to believe there is a God so complex as to be responsible for creating such a massive universe (or life for that matter) without "just happening" then one would have to accept that there would be an even greater entity (or God) to have created that God.
And so the conundrum continues ad finitum.
We now accept life is due to evolution through natural selection so, could it be that if a God exists, such an entity was itself a result of the same process?