If Noah's world wide flood didn't happen, how come we can find sea shells on top of mountains?
If the Second Law of Thermodynamics states that disorder always increases in a closed system, how can things evolve at all? Shouldn't it be the case that things are breaking down slowly, which is what we observe in nature. God created everything perfect, and now we have genetic diseases of all sorts in every species observed.
What are the chances that a mutant male and female of the same kind arising at the same time in a population and finding each other to mate to give rise to a new species? Let us suppose that a population of cats will one day give emergence to the dog species. I know this isn't the case, but let us suppose so. There would have to be a cat giving birth to a male dog at the same time as another cat giving birth to a female dog so that the two could mate to give rise to the dog species. What are the chances of that happening?
Homosexuality has been observed in many many animals. Evolutionary theory says that things evolve to better adapt their environment and give the species a better chance to survive. But homosexuality is counter intuitive, since the individuals don't/can't reproduce. Evolution can't explain this phenomenon, but Creation can. As I mentioned earlier, our Lord created every species perfect, but as time went by the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics sets in and things began to break down. Homosexuality is an abomination because it is a disease that had arisen from the breaking down of life.
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A long time ago, my good friend whose username on here is Nemesis Juggernaut gave a very valid point against evolution. If evolution is true, how come we haven't evolved wings? It would certainly be an advantage that is very desirable.
Many animals have sex for reasons other than reproductive needs. Sinners do this, too. If evolution is true, how come animals and sinners engage in such behavior since this is such a waste of energy for no good outcome (no babies are produced!).