Well, I think I might start a new thread then. But I don't have a ton of time to read alot of posts, and there are alot! Maybe I don't have a good understanding of the way evolution works, if I don't then tell me.
On to the randomness thing, the chances of a human evolving have been calculated to be 1 in 10 to the two millionth power! Yes, you heard right, that is a huge number. It is well known that any chance above 1 in 10 to the 42 will never happen(or so they say) but certainly the chance of every kind of creature evolving by randomness and natural selection is way above that. The odds of just one single protien needed for life evolving are also above zero, not by much, but they are above it.
Ok, I'm supposed to back up those numbers, but I don't know exactly where I heard them, I know I have read or heard them at least two places. One might be the PhD. Carl Baugh( I think). I'm sorry I don't know exactly where I got those numbers.
Also, if evolution happend, why are there not trans forms that are alive today? As far as I know, there are no incomplete species in the fossil record, or alive today. How does evolutionary theory explain this?
No, I don't think we evolved, and I still think that creation has much better evidence for it than evolution. I'm appearantly not a good debater at the moment, you guys need a PhD that really knows his stuff(Kent Hovind, Carl baugh, Ken Ham, ect.), one of those guys will give you a run for your money. I am just unprepared for serious debates, and so am not likley to be back for a while(I'll be back however!).