General questions that I have found evolutionists have problems with but that did not really fit in any other category. Never be afraid to question evolution!
Where did matter come from?
How did life suddenly appear from nothing?
Why don’t we find intact fossils of animals?
It is rare that all the bones of a fossilized animal are found together. Frequently all we recover is a fragment of a single bone. However, if large numbers of animals were killed in a single catastrophic flood this is exactly what we would expect.
How can evolution of universe/life be explained in view of the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics?
If evolution is true, why is it wrong to look on some races as inferior? Charles Darwin realized this when he published his revolutionary evolutionary work, the full title of which is “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.”
Why do scientists on Nature shows so often feel compelled to use words like ‘designed’ or ‘created’ when talking about a particular animal’s features?
You cannot watch a ‘scientific’ show for very long without hearing a phrase similar to “The Horned Shark has teeth designed for cracking shells”, or “Nature has designed these animals to blend in perfectly with their surroundings”.
How does one explain Symbiosis?
This close ecological relationship between the individuals of two (or more) different species are especially difficult to explain when both species benefit. The honey-bee and the flower is the classic example, but there are many others.
Certainly there are disruptions, but why, on the whole does civilization run so smoothly? Why can a restaurant manager guess so accurately how much food to order? Why are there enough people who want to work in water treatment, or be plastic surgeons? Why doesn’t everyone decide to go to the same move theater on the same night?