Either God(s) magically created us, or inert, primordial soup magically came to life. Or maybe it's something else entirely.
Unlike religion, science is capable of accepting ambiguity. "We don't know yet" is not the same as "magic!"
"Something else entirely" would be the missing information, information that we may yet uncover. It may very well turn out that under the right circumstances, complex proteins coalescing into primitive life is inevitable, and the only chance involved is whether it is viable over the long term - whether it can evolve to survive and thrive in all the various niches in its environment.
Religion wants answers right now, because its primary functions are to cohere and soothe - to bring its followers together, to control their behavior, and to comfort them. Science can wait for definitive answers.
Creation myths are fascinating. By all means, teach them. But keep them where they belong, in anthropology, in comparative religion. Not science.