At the end of WWII, the world population was around 2.25 billion people. On October 31, 2011, the world population reached seven billion. These numbers indicate that more people have been born following WWII than were born during all of human history prior to that war.
It is also interesting to note that humans have not changed from humanities earliest recorded history. Certainly, our technologies have changed, as have our standards of living and acquired knowledge, but physically, mentally, and spiritually, humans remain the same.
Relating this information to the purported “science of evolution” it seems strange that over the billions of cycles of life, known throughout recorded human history, nothing has changed for the better.
Of course, one might believe that further evolutionary change was unnecessary because humans reached the pinnacle of efficiency eons ago. The problem with this belief is that there are some obvious physical, mental, and spiritual, deficiencies among present-day humans. For example, eyes in the backs of our heads would allow us to see approaching danger, as would the mental ability to see the future, and if we were at the spiritual pinnacle there would be no crime, jealousy, greed or hatred.
On the other hand, one might think that evolution is a slow process only bringing change when absolutely needed for survival. If this is true then changes seem behind schedule, because the exponential population growth will soon overtake the earth’s ability to support life as we know it, and the millions of years said to be required for evolutionary change do not exist between now and the time Earth’s population reaches unsupportable numbers.
Evolution science offers no hope for humanity because it denies The Creator who created humans in His own image. Humanities problem is not the depletion of natural resources, neither is it overpopulation. Humanities problem is sin and only the One who created humans has the power to save them from the death and corruption wrought by their sins.