Evolutionary Prediction Fails (Part 2 of 2)
If humans evolved from animals, why can many animals do things we can’t? Find out on today’s Creation Moments Minute.
We’ve already looked at some skills humans should have if evolution were true. Let’s consider a few more. Did you know that the lowly snail can pull up to 200 times its own weight, and lift ten times its weight? Then what about the trilobite, right at the bottom of the evolutionary ladder and supposedly extinct for 300 million years? This little fellow had the most sophisticated eye lenses, actually double lenses, ever found in nature!
Since all of these abilities would be greatly beneficial for us, why didn’t evolution let us keep or develop these abilities as we evolved? The answer is simple. We have not evolved. Rather, we have been made by a Creator Who made us for the purpose of a relationship with Himself through His Son, Jesus Christ.
For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.
Notes: R. Monastersky, “Turtle genes upset reptilian family tree,” Science News, December 5, 1998, v. 154, p. 358.