Roger Patterson writes:
"The natural selection that produces the variety of living things (within kinds) that we see today began after Adam rebelled against God. The concept of natural selection was published in a Biblical context by Edward Blyth 24 years before Darwin published Origin of Species. Blyth is forgotten and Darwin is remembered because of the philosophic and religious implications of his idea, not the scientific applications."
So do living organism change?
"Change, yes; evolution (macroevolution - change from one kind to another), no."
Read the whole book online, with helpful illustrations here. I especially recommend reading this for high school or college students in a biology class.
Read my first post here. (What Scientists Know about Natural Selection)