Many animals, including humans, will endanger or even sacrifice their lives to save another--sometimes the life of another species. Natural selection, which evolutionists say explains all individual characteristics, should rapidly eliminate altruistic “individuals.” How could risky behavior that benefits only another ever be inherited, because its possession tends to prevent the altruistic “individual” from passing on its genes for altruism? If evolution were correct, selfish behavior should have completely eliminated unselfish behavior. Furthermore, cheating and aggressiveness should have “weeded out” cooperation. Altruism contradicts evolution.
Walt Brown, Ph.D., In the Beginning, Center for Scientific Creation, 2001, p. 7