Just as sourcherries have always existed as sourcherries, apples also have always been apples. The apple did not emerge by descent from some other peculiar fruit. Darwin’s claim, proposed some 150 years ago, that living things are descended from one another through very small changes, still lacks any confirmatory evidence, despite the passage of all those years.
The evolutionist Richard Darwkins admits this “painful” fact for evolutionists:
One hundred and twenty five years on, we know a lot more about animals and plants than Darwin did, and still not a single case is known to me of complex organs that could not have been formed by numerous successive slight modifications. I do not believe that such a case will ever be found. (Richard Dawkins, The Blind Watchmaker, p.91)