Calvin on Creation

In other words, the fundamental presupposition of consistent evolutionism – that reality possesses the inherent power to create something new – is repudiated.   In the same place, he says that the "herbs and trees…then created…, were endued with the power of propagation – in order that their several species might be perpetuated."

That amounts to a negation of a second basic notion of evolutionism:  the transformation of primal protoplasm, eventually culminating in man.   Suffice the above, to illustrate the relevance of Calvin’s insight into revealed truth.