I remembered how Pastor Ruben L. Lumagbas Jr. said asked the atheist that if he has a brain and if he can't see it but he knows it's there. The same goes for the air - you cannot see the air but you certainly know it's there. What is invisible is not necessarily non-existent. Looking at nature, there is no way that random evolutionary mess created it as suggested by both pagan myths and atheism. This quote by Ray Comfort is no different from what I had heard in a couple of sermons also incites the question about the brain.
Looking at this simple diagram of the brain from either a general science class or a biology class, I am convinced that the human body is no random accident or unguided process. It's no accident that the brain is a fantastically complex body organ and why it is an internal organ. The brain is so well arranged that it could not be a product of evolutionary mumbo-jumbo. Everything in nature shows that there is the Intelligent Designer in God, when sin entered, everything started going spiral because of mankind's rebellion against God in the Garden of Eden.
The brain itself is too complex of a body organ, like every other body organ to be a product of a non-intelligent design. While atheists may take pride in their foolishness as knowledge (Romans 1:18-21) but can they really bother to "debunk" the idea that the brain was a product of the messy evolutionary process. They see how even their brain could not be an accident but they choose to believe it because they refuse to retain any knowledge of God and instead, they choose to remain in rebellion.