A Few Questions for Evolutionists (Part 2 of 2)
Last time we asked a few questions that evolutionists are unable to answer. On today's Creation Moments Minute, we'll ask a couple more.
Can natural selection over millions of years explain the great diversity of life on Earth? Let's find out.
Some evolutionists say that plants developed berries so that their seeds, inside the berries, would be carried far and wide by hungry birds, thus ensuring the plants' survival. Why then did some plants develop poisonous berries? And if the maternal instinct evolved to preserve the next generation, why do creatures like the stickleback fish, seahorse, and midwife toad, to name a few, leave total care of the young to the male?
The truth is that natural selection does not offer a clear and consistent explanation for the living world. The diversity of the created world does not bear witness to evolutionary principles, but to the artistry of our Creator God.
For Creation Moments Minute, I'm Darren Marlar.