Nor does it prove they don't.
Humans in primitive times always thought the gods were angry, when they got diseases and famines. They offered up the best of their livestock or children as sacrifices to ease the anger of the gods. They anthropomorphized god being just like them, so they made god into *their* image. Like I said, it may be that we created god in our image, as opposed to us being made in god's image.
If God creates like we do, then let's look at the universe and see if it bears a resemblance to the way we create. It doesn't seem to. You find billions upon billions of planets out of the Goldilocks zone, so they cannot bear life. But you find this lone planet, Earth, in the right place, with a Jupiter to pull of meteorites, so that molecules can arrange in more complex patterns, compared to galaxies, suns, etc...
If you had the ability to create a Universe, would you create billions of planets without life? That wouldn't make sense in relation to the way humans think or design things. To say God is a marble collector seems odd to me.
The more planets you have the more likely it becomes to get a planet with increased complexity, so the probability margin increases as you get certain conditions. Some planets are in the Goldilocks zone, but don't have a Jupiter, which makes it hard for life, others don't have a moon, so you don't have life. But given enough conditions, you begin to reduce the improbability factor, until you get extreme complexity.
As mentioned in my first post, you get extreme complexity in Conway's Life, but those are rare
! You have to have A LOT of matter and in very rare cases you get extreme growth of complex systems. Again, this shows given enough planets you will get life, in relation to entropy and the accumulation of complexity.