Where did the 1st living thing come from according to the evolution theory?
Is evolution an ongoing process? If not, when and why did it stop? Does it have limits?
Is it applicable to all living things or just some of them?
Can we see creatures and animals between stages of development today? Are there any intermediary creatures of any kind to be found in the fossil records?
If not, why not? Where is there evidence of an almost anything?
Would we be able to recognize the individual differences in the creature that is supposedly evolving?
Is there any scientific, actual, visible, measurable proof of evolution? Are we suppose to just believe it because it is taught as maybe being true?
When someone says "missing link", what do they mean? Do they mean the gap in the theory between the beginning and now?
Do physical laws such as gravity, thermodynamics and speed of light evolve over time?
Why are humans so unique compared to animals? Among animals there are many minute differences in intelligence, but a vast gulf exists between men and animals. Why do animals never read, write, or solve math problems? Why do they not invent new machines, train other animals, use fire, or record their discoveries for posterity? Why does only man create new works of art, music, and poetry? If man is just an animal, evolved from lower animals, why don't other animals do these almost as well as we do?
Humans and apes exist today, right? Why the separate branches? Did some apes stop evolving? Did some humans stop evolving? Could these questions apply to other creatures as well?
My final thought: From a mathematical perspective it would take more faith to believe in evolution than creation. I choose to believe God created everything.
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