Quotes for Topic: Evolution-impossibility
Someone once estimated that the number of random genetic factors involved in the evolution of a tapeworm from an amoeba would be comparable to placing a monkey in a room with a typewriter and allowing him to strike the keys at random until he accidentally produced a perfectly spelled and perfectly punctuated typescript of Hamlet's soliloquy.
Notice that expression, "according to its kind," which appears twice in (Genesis 1) verse 21, twice in verse 24, three times in verse 25, and once each in verses 11 and 12. It is used every time procreation is mentioned in the Genesis account. It underscores the very truth evolution denies: that when living creatures reproduce, they can produce only creatures similar to themselves. Apes do not give birth to humans.
Reference: The Battle for the Beginning, 2001.
Random noise could never produce a Bach cantata. Random letters floating in an ocean of alphabet soup will never spell out a chapter from Moby Dick. When we hear the music, we know there was a composer. When we read coherent writing, we know there was an author. How much more does this principle apply to the detailed information contained in the DNA of every living creature?
Reference: The Battle for the Beginning, 2001, p. 137.
Honest scientists must admit that all of life had to be designed by an immensely intelligent mind. The more science looks at life, the more complex it becomes. The human brain is far more complex than NASA's space shuttle. The brain alone is made up of at least six million functioning parts. No one would imagine that the space shuttle evolved by chance from nothing. Why should we have such a view of life itself?
Reference: The Battle for the Beginning, 2001, p. 138.