What would your proof of a God be? I mean, I think He's made it extremely clear that He exists. What do you want? Voices from the sky? Then you'd probably say that there is some scientific explanation for the voice coming from the sky...
A better question is, what proves to you that God exists? Don't tell us that he's made it extremely clear that he exists, because that's just an opinion. Detail what leads you to believe that the evidence for God is as extremely clear as you say it is. Give us examples of the evidence and how it clearly leads to God.
Again, people think I don't understand evolution. I know you think the wing took millions of years. So what? Step by step slowly is still step by step. The transitions still took place. Even if they were small steps...ok. Why would a microscopic, itty bitty, step assist in the animals survival or adaptation? You keep saying that they were extremely small steps, but then it gets even more ridiculous. Feather color doesn't help the bird fly! It's the darned wing that helps them fly!. See my point? And again, you say ,"we don't know exactly". But then attack others if they don't have an answer then they are believing in some fairy tale, spaghetti monster. See the double-standard?
*shakes head* Understanding is not simply being able to parrot back things that you've read. That's simple memorization. When you ask why a small change would assist in survival or adaptation, when you claim that feather color isn't important because it doesn't help birds fly, when you ask if flight is possible without a fully-formed wing (which, by the way, is the irreducible complexity argument), these demonstrate that you do not really understand how evolution actually works. If you actually understood it, you would not have to ask why these things matter.
By the way, we know there are animals which can glide without proper wings, such as the flying squirrel, which has a membrane that stretches from wrist to ankle. As a direct result of this, it can glide for dozens of meters, many times its body length, because the membranes increase its surface area relative to its weight. This is an obvious survival advantage over squirrels that cannot glide, since it is both faster
, less taxing
, and safer
Now, consider the bat, which has proper wings, but is in no way a bird. Its wings do not have feathers, therefore feathers are not necessary for flight. Useful, yes, but not necessary. But if you look at its wings, it is easy to see that they stretch from the wrist area
to the ankle. The primary difference between a bat's wings and a flying squirrel's membranes is that the bat's forelimbs are so much longer than a flying squirrel's, and the bat has bones within the wing which help to give it control and stabilize the wing membranes. In other words, it would not take very many changes from a flying squirrel to end up with a flying mammal like a bat. Longer arms in proportion to legs would allow it to glide further; bone or cartilage struts within the membrane would give it better stability and control while in the air; a wider membrane would give it the ability to flap effectively and thus actually fly. In other words, this serves as a functional pathway for how you could go from an animal with only the capacity to glide to an animal with the capacity to fly.
Do not dismiss this simply because I am talking about mammals instead of birds. If I can show a functional pathway from one organism to another, it can apply to more than just the specific example I gave. I could go from a bird that could only glide to a bird that could fly using a similar process.
Also, here is something for you to consider. You clearly believe in the existence of God and that he created everything that exists. Yet you assume that he could only have done so by special creation/intelligent design. Why? I'm quite serious here. Why is the only option the functional equivalent of God snapping his fingers in a Q-like fashion and causing fully-formed organisms to appear?