Creationism implies design. When I was a biology student in high school--way back in the seventies, we studied something completely different than what is emphasized today. We didn't study that much on taxonomic connections, but we studied the study of "life" which is what biology means.
We studied photosythesis, osmosis, ATP, the cell, DNA and chromosomes, the heart, the digestive system, the nervous system. All these things show design. The other night, being so geeky as I am (hey I still work out a little--lol
), I was reading up on the liver. It is nearly impossible to believe it wasn't intelligently designed. The main evidence is how it works with other systems. It works with the circulatory system--it has to have two sets of vessels, one primarily for it's survival, the other to act as a "purifier" for the blood. Even it's blood vessels are specially designed to alllow the blood to completely saturate the liver. It is supported by ligament "planes" which support it from within, and is covered by a sac. This secures it from slipping around.
The liver works with the pancreas, and the ducts which leave the gall bladder are connected to the pancreas and then the stomache. So the liver works with the digestive system, and the endocrine system also.
Of course, it's going to work with the nervous system also. The nerves are going to control the ducts and valves, which release the bile into the stomache.
The liver is shaped differently in different species, but this seems to be purely space related, as it basic functions are the same. This shows the stability and logical design of the liver. It is not an ever changing "glob" of flesh.
That said, the amazing design and mechanics of the body predicts one can logically "work" on it. I find it interesting that MD's seem to be "unattached" from the evolutionary debate. My doctor is a Christian, and my pastor is a retired doctor. I believe part of the reason may have to do with design. That's hard to deny when you study actual life without the evolutionary overgloss.