Since turnabout is fair play, here are some questions for creationists:
1. If God created the universe, what created God? And if the answer is "nothing", why could not the universe have been created ab initio as well?
2. Let's suppose for the sake of argument that *something* created the universe, and that we can call that something "God". Is there any reason to believe that the God that created the universe has anything to do with the sacred writings of the world's religions?
3. Which came first, man or animals? Genesis 1 says animals were created first. but Genesis 2 says the animals were created after man in order to keep him company. (I note in passing that that plan didn't work out so well, so God finally wised up and created woman). Which is it?
4. Did God create mosquitos and plasmodium? Parasitic wasps? The Tsetse fly?
5. How did kangaroos get to Australia without leaving any trace on any other continent? How did the Texas blind salamander get to Texas?
6. Why did God make the Hawaiian Islands chain in just the right way to make it appear that the earth is billions of years old?
7. Where does the cosmic background radiation come from?
8. According to Genesis, the reason humans speak many languages is that they tried to build a tower to reach heaven and God "confused their language" in order to foil their plans. Is this story true? If so, why have our space probes not attracted God's ire, or even his attention? Has heaven moved?
9. Why are there fish that live in pitch darkness but still have eyes?
10. Why has there never been a dinosaur fossil found above the K-T boundary? And where did the Iridium come from?
11. Why did God put telomeric DNA in the center of chromosome 2 in humans?
12. Did Adam and Eve have to wipe their butts? No, seriously. The reason humans have to wipe their butts and other animals don't is that we walk upright, which presses our ass cheeks together. In evolutionary terms, walking upright goes hand-in-hand (so to speak) with having a brain big enough to figure out that you need to wipe the extra shit off, and hands nimble enough to actually do it. Was this all part of the Intelligent Design?
I think maybe I'll stop there :-)