Well, this is Flaws of Evolution: Part Two, and I will be talking about this flaw of evolution:
Morality—Principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad decisions.
So, why can’t morality reconcile with evolution?
First of all, if we all have evolved from monkeys who evolved from something else and something else etc., why are we the only ones with morality? Doesn’t that distinct us from other animals? Doesn’t that make us special? Why should we be special if we are just animals?
Also, if life were made by chance, and everything here were something which evolved from that, why do humans have morality? Where is its origin? We couldn’t have made it up, for it would be inconsistent. For if it is something humans made, and not permanent, it would therefore change in different cultures. But, in fact, morality seems to be something permanent. No matter which culture I’m in, shooting someone’s wife in the face is considered wrong. Morality seems to be something that is embedded in human hearts.
Nothing can be embedded into something unless something embeds it there. Hence, something must have embedded morality into our hearts. The theory of evolution does not have such a thing.
As you should see, morality is at odds with evolution.