I recently visited Kentucky to see the Creation Museum, and I loved it. If you get a chance, I certainly recommend that you check it out. It explains why the biblical account of creation is not only biblically accurate, but scientifically accurate. The bible is very clear. It says in Genesis 1:1:
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth."
Though I loved my time at the creation museum, there is one argument that I didn’t hear for creation over evolution as it pertains to science. And that is that our God is a God of order. He created the laws of physics, time, nature and all of science. It is because of that order that scientists can predict and replicate their experiments. The evolutionist theory that we evolved from molecules suggests that our existence is random and chaotic, not orderly. It would suggest that if a species of humans lived exclusively in a forest that over the years they would develop say an extra arm to better climb trees, or if they lived on an island, they might develop gills to swim to the mainland. Our world would be a hodgepodge of races like something you might see on Star Trek, but it’s not because our God is a God of order.
“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” The account of creation - not evolution - is true. They can’t both be right because they contradict each other. God created us in his image. We were fully man and woman at the get-go. We didn’t evolve from goo, and the world wasn’t created by a random act. When God finished creating the universe, our world and everything in it, he said that it was good. So I encourage you to disregard what secular textbooks teach about evolution. None of us were around to make such an assumption. But God was, and his word clearly explains where we came from.