Much is made of naturalism being a necessary basis for science. Indeed, we are told that science cannot exists with any other basis. Curiously, life seems to transcend some basic principles or laws of the natural world. It defies the second law of thermodynamics, which is, briefly stated, that the level of disorder (entropy) in any given system will tend to increase until a state of equilibrium is reached. However, in the reproducing of life, the level of entropy radically decreases during development. Next, is the law of conservation of information. William Dembski recently published a book chapter on this subject.(1) Again, stated simply, information can be neither created nor destroyed. However, Darwnists view evolutionary processes as having the ability to 1) create information and 2) defy the second law of thermodynamics (although they try to state that evolution is consistent with the 2nd law of thermodynamics).
So, it is in this sense that life can very minimally be considered to be beyond natural (i.e., supernatural). It is beyond natural in that it transcends laws of nature and what can be accomplished by natural forces alone. Therefore, this argues powerfully for a supernatural (beyond natural law) origin of life.