94:9 formed the eye. Such rhetorical questions merely show that the contentions of evolutionism, which suppose that random processes could produce complex systems, are impossible to prove.
94:10 teacheth man knowledge. The remarkable ability of man to assimilate knowledge and to utilize it in producing yet more knowledge, as well as systems and products of great variety and complexity, requires a cause adequate to explain it. Unthinking atoms could never evolve into intricate thought systems. Only an omniscient God can explain even the existence of knowledge.