Another big issue is called Homology, that is the evolutionary argument that similar body structures
in different animals implies decent from a common ancestor.
Again creationists argue it is a common
designer that is implied, like in the case of Boeing aircraft.
A web site, The Myth of Homology, weighs in with Dr. Michael Denton's powerful argument that molecular biology argues loud and clear that homology is a failure.
Denton in his book, Evolution A Theory in Crisis, says that structures that are similar physically are quite often
specified or caused by, genes that are quite different, thus they could not have evolved.
rather argue, strongly, for a common creator not a common ancestor.
Homologous structures are often specified by non-homologous genetic systems
and the concept of homology can seldom be extended back into embryology.285
The Myth of Homology site says:
"This genetic question has also been raised by the well-known
evolutionary biologist Gavin de Beer. In his book Homology: An Unsolved Problem, published in 1971, de Beer
put forward a very wide-ranging analysis of this subject. He sums up why homology is a problem for the theory of evolution
What mechanism can it be that results in the production of homologous organs,
the same 'patterns', in spite of their not being controlled by the same genes? I asked this question in 1938, and it has
not been answered.286"
The answer to the question is that they have a common designer -- Almighty God!
The following is a somewhat rambling interview of molecular biologist, Dr. Michael Denton showing that this is a
wonderfully, specially, created world, although Denton does not put it in those terms.
video Michael Denton: An Interview (39 minutes).