If evolution were true, then our brains would be the sum product of millions of years of chance random processes filtered by natural selection. Nature would select for brains that believed the way they do (and think the way they do) because it helps us survive, not necessarily because it is correct or true. Therefore, we would believe what we believe because it helps us to survive, not because it is true. Even the idea of evolution itself may not be true; it is what nature tells us to think. This is a serious paradox in evolution.
Evolutionist: We know that our brains are unreliable. That is actually evidence against an intelligent Creator. A Creator would make our brains perfect.
Response: Actually, God did make our brains perfect in the beginning, but man’s sin brought death and destruction into the world, which partially resulted in the corruption of our brains. However, even this is beside the point. We are not saying that our brains are imperfect—we are all well aware of that. We are saying that if evolution is true, the very idea of evolution is itself unreliable because evolution is true. This is a serious paradox.
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