john76 evolutionary biologists retain as their biggest embarrassment an inability to provide a model for how organic matter arose out of inorganic material.
There is no embarrassment. Evolutionary biology does not address abiogenesis.
Further, your use of “organic” versus “inorganic” is not applicable. “Organic” chemistry is simply the chemistry of carbon, living or not. Living organisms are organic in that they are composed of carbon bearing molecules, as well as water and other inorganic molecules that are also found in living organisms.
There is no problem of “organic” life somehow arising from “inorganic” non-living chemicals, since there are lots of organic (carbon bearing) molecules on Earth and throughout the universe. There are even amino acids in space such as Glycine - CH2NH2COOH.
Imagine a crystal growing in aqueous solution, molecules bouncing about chaotically until they happen to land just the right way to attach themselves in a repeating pattern, then some break off in a chunk which becomes the seed for further growth, and on and on. Rudimentary reproduction.
John, I suggest you search on “self replicating molecules”. You will find that molecules can be alive.