Here's why we're arguing. I understand abiogenesis to mean life arising from non-life, by non-supernatural means, unless by supernatural you mean some further, fully natural expanse such as a multi-verse. As such, you don't know this to be true by virtue of life presently existing.Abiogenesis may have been supernatural in origin, though we have no way of investigating that scientifically.
You can save all this until we're actually discussing it, or until you run across someone who's not already conversant in it.We don't know that ID happened. It is the antithesis of a scientific hypothesis since it renders observation and experimentation moot. It cannot be investigated effectively, since any result from any such investigation would be compatible with ID. Whether or not ID is true, or the specific case of God is true, is not something that science can investigate. Even the complete failure to find a viable natural mechanism would not validate ID, and we are a very long way from that scenario. All we can do is leave ID on the table for mystics and philosophers to play with. If and when a natural mechanism is discovered, then ID as an idea will shrink like astrology has shrunk.