Evolution says where there’s a want, nature will provide what’s needed. Really. In Natural Theology, Dr. William Paley writes:
‘To keep the eye moist and clean—which qualities are necessary to its brightness and its use—a wash is constantly supplied by a secretion for the purpose; and the superfluous brine is conveyed to the nose through a perforation in the bone as large as a goose quill.
When the fluid has entered the nose, it spreads itself upon the inside of the nostril and is evaporated by the current of warm air which in the course of respiration is continually passing over it…It’s easily perceived that the eye must want moisture; but could the “want” of the eye generate the gland which produces the tear, or bore the hole by which it’s discharged—a hole through bone?
Let the evolutionist tell us who bored the hole…and laid a water pipe through it for the dispersion of tears.’
When it encounters darkness, your eye’s ability to see increases one hundred thousand times. The finest camera ever made doesn’t even come close! And what’s more, your eye will find the object it wants to see, and focus on it automatically by elongating or compressing itself.
Both eyes moving in tandem must adopt different angles in order to fix themselves on what’s to be seen.
Evolution tells us when the eye got ready to create itself, it had forethought for its own protection and built a bony ridge of the brow, which provided a nose on which to position the glasses many of us need. Then it provided a shutter to protect itself from foreign objects.
Perhaps it takes more foolishness to believe in evolution … than faith in creation!