The old clock argument?
If you study the formation of galaxies, planets, and molecules, there are alternative understandings than a Goddidit interpretative attitude.
Its not that everything works at high levels of randomness, but there are orders and laws which the universe obeys, inherent in nature. I am not aware of any left over traces of evidence, that immediately upon observation, point to the creator(s).
If the universe was created, there is no room for it in the equations of scientists. Ever seen that comic, "equation, equation, than a miracle happened." Personally, I can not reflect on existence outside of religion and come to any decisive conclusions about the nature of a creator that would not be much different than a creator of a virtual reality. Such a specific trait of supposed creator(s) is not supposed in most religious doctrines, nor made out to be evident in the mechanics of the natural world. Only conventional theoretics gets into that.