All creationist arguments follow an identical pattern.
First a quick way to remember the format - 'complexity, complexity, complexity; therefore god'.
Now a more detailed guide to formulating an argument.
- Identify some complex feature of the natural world. A quick Google search or nature documentary will quickly provide inspiration. Creationist websites have hundreds of them you can copy-paste without attribution.
- Do no research at all on what is currently known about the evolutionary history of this feature. Ignore any possible fossil evidence, comparative anatomy or phylogenetic studies that shed light on the subject.
- Declare that this feature could not possibly arise by naturalistic means.
- Make reference to 'blind chance' and compare this to some human artifact - a watch, 747 aeroplane, house, computer - almost anything will do.
- Boldly assert that evolution has no answer to this challenge.
- Try to throw in the name of some PhD with a Doctorate in history or philosophy who agrees with you.
- Conflate evolution with atheism ignoring the fact that most intelligent christians accept the fact of evolution and many atheists know absolutely nothing about it.
- Finish with some ad hominem comments that call into question the motives/morality of 'evolutionists'.
- Completely ignore all factual answers that are posted in response to your argument.