I didn’t say the problem (that we exist, interesting problem) is solved, only that, in my opinion, the evidence points to a creator. The universe hasn’t been here forever, we know that. Your only option for an eternal physical existence is the multiverse, of which of course there is no evidence of.
So an unintelligent multiverse predated intelligence. Then how did the multiverse get to run on elegant math. There’s already a sign of intelligence. And how did it get fine-tuned to produce different universes with different laws of physics (the only way you get an intelligent life-producing multiverse)?
To something beyond the physical, literally every culture in history has seen this.
We only get to God when He introduced himself to Abraham around 4000 years ago.
What God is like has been revealed to humans in the bible. You, for whatever your reasons, refuse to accept it, along with even acknowledging God. In my opinion, you’ve been affected by the many logical fallacies about God promoted by Dawkins and Hitchens, such as:
The fact that God doesn’t show up in the sky or on our phones daily means he doesn’t exist.
Evolution disproves God.
The God of the bible is spiritual and not physical but we were made in his image, having the ability to recognize right from wrong, for instance.
The evidence has been revealed to us. Of course you have the option not to accept that God exists but Paul wrote in Romans 1 that, “men are without excuse” to believe in God. I’ll summarize below why I believe we are without excuse to believe in God:
As far was we understand and can intuit, the physical can’t come out of ontological nothingness, so there must be a creator, or a cause.
There is intelligence in the world.
There is evil in the world, as well as good, purpose, order, justice, morality, etc.
Of course you can not agree that these facts lead to God, but we all have faith in something, as Mark pointed out previously. Theists believe that it makes more sense to have faith in God as creator rather than unscientific notions of causation and blind luck somehow, “creating” love, intelligence, etc.