"a child in the womb is not alive unless it is breathing"
It's not a child if it's in the womb, it's a fetus. That's literally what it is, anyway, I suppose you can (and will) call it whatever you wish, though. Try the word "baby", that has the most shock value and is more likely to get people's emotions riled up.
As for the fact the Earth has perfect habitats that fit us, that's not at ALL a coincidence. Do you not understand the basic concept behind evolution? Well, what a silly question... if you're making archaic statements like that then you clearly don't understand it.
Allow me to help... you know how there are a bunch of dog breeds in the world? See, these aren't so old as far as species go - humans have been domesticating them for thousands of years. Well... you know how chihuaha's have short fur and are great in hot climates? In the same way dogs like Husky's have evolved fur coats that make them ideal in snowy climates.
Put a husky in a desert and they'll be way too hot - put a chihuahua in the snow and they'll be way too cold. Humans (and all life) evolved to deal with the temperate nature of our planet, and over the various ice ages and big melts they've adapted along with them, or they've died out. Many species die out as they are not advantageous enough to survive in the changing climate here on Earth. Think of Polar Bears - they aren't doing so well right now, and it due to the changing of their habitat.
This idea that we live in temperate zones that perfectly suite our lives is proof of a plan devised by a deity is absolutely silly. This is why even the Catholic Church now openly supports evolution - there's no fighting the obvious. You're free to fight the obvious if you so personally wish, of course, but as people are educated more and more via the internet, you'll find that this mindset is a dying one. You might as well walk around telling everyone the Earth is flat for all the sense you'll make.
Haha, and I did have a good chuckle at "the light shines in the darkness, but the darkness can't understand it"
Is that what they are telling you these days? Assuming I am "walking in the darkness", go ahead and pose a question you believe I won't understand well enough to answer appropriately. I was raised a christian and I've nearly read the entire Bible. I understand this stuff better than most Abrahamic believers. I would love to discuss this, I find it quite satisfying to disprove this type of perpetuated ignorance.