So in natural selection, there are four steps.
4. Descent with modification
So as creationists, we believe in natural selection in a way that species change among their kind, but do not evolve into other species. Right?
Also as creationists, we believe that the fossils that what evolutionists claim are transitional fossils ("missing links") are just variations right?
Is one reason we believe in evolution among the same kind because of the great number of years needed for an organism to evolve into another organism? Are there more reasons?
It's ironic that people will believe that humans evolved from apes because of one "transitional fossil" LUCY. I was talking to some friends the other day, and they basically thought that: "Oh well evolution must be true because we found LUCY!" So statistically, how many transitional fossils like LUCY would we have to find for evolution to be better supported? Would it be millions? A thousand LUCYS? How many?