Is there any evidence of apes evolving into man?

The answer to that question is no. There are many scientist that spent years looking for old human or ape skeletons trying to find one that would prove that man evolved from an ape like creature. Here are just two examples: Peking Man – A group of researchers found a large number of ape like skull fragments in a cave near Peking China, next to a fire pit and tools. It is assumed that since the skulls and tools were found together this was an ape-man link. However, students are seldom presented with a more plausible explanation. Monkey meat is very tough but monkey brains are still considered a delicacy in that part of the world. Since only the skull fragments were found, it is quite likely that Peking Man was man’s meal… not man’s ancestor.

Java Man – In 1892 Eugene Dubois found a thick bone skull cap in the same area as a human thigh bone. This is still presented as evidence of an early man that evolved from an ape. However, many years after this finding was widely accepted as an ape to man link, Dubois admitted that the skull cap and leg bone were separated by 46 feet.

When a scientist who is looking for that ape to man link, finds a modern man’s skeleton with a skull that is broken into pieces, he will, because of his beliefs, put together that modern man’s skull and give it an ape like appearance. Because of their belief in evolution, what they believe is an ape to man link in reality is not. Then the scientist will hire an artist to paint a picture of an ape man, despite that in reality it is actually an ancient but modern human. These pictures unfortunately end up in school textbooks.

The Lord God formed the man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.

Genesis 2:7