Change is not enough -- it is the type of change that matters
It's often claimed that evolution is simply change over time. And since change over time can be seen everywhere, then evolution is obviously true. But highly trained creation scientists say there is much more to it than that.
For evolution to have turned particles into people a special type of change is needed. That is naturally occurring change that adds new genetic instructions. No one has seen this special kind of change happen, Darwin's Finches, peppered moths and adapting bacteria are all examples of naturally occurring change but none of them adds new genetic instructions. Not one of them adds new instructions for some new complex features, such as feathers for lizards, for example.
And since codes and programs don't write themselves there must have been a designer for all living things.