Well, here’s one to ponder. It is believed by evolutionists that as we evolved from “lower” primates, our backs raised in elevation so that we could walk upright. But, alas, this put more strain on our backs, giving rise to pain from conditions of scoliosis and the like, as well as herniated disks resulting from twisting of the spine during walking. Furthermore, as our ancestors evolved from four-footed walking to two-footed walking, they developed conditions like flat feet and bunions. What selective advantage would this gain in a struggle for survival?
If that were not bad enough, they also believe that pain from wisdom teeth came from an increasing brain size and resultant decreasing space for these teeth to grow. They compare Neanderthals (with wisdom teeth in adulthood) to present-day Intuits (without wisdom teeth in adulthood) and conclude that genetic mutations in evolution prevented this condition from “spreading,” but what about us?
They also chime in on reproduction: “If you want to look for examples of how we're not the result of intelligent design, you don't have to go far — just look at the complicated, uncomfortable way we have babies. We mitigate these problems with midwives, obstetricians, attendants of any sort in the childbirth process.”
Also, “If an engineer were given the task to design the human body, he or she would never have done it the way humans have evolved.”
Wait a minute. Doesn’t evolution improve things, not make them worse! Doesn’t this really speak to decay rather than improvement? Does anybody remember Genesis 3:16, concerning pain in childbirth resulting from sin? Also, the supreme Engineer did design the human body and did not use evolution, so what is their argument anyway?
In fact, what we observe is exactly what we would expect in a fallen world of sin and death. Isn’t it?