So quiet... Expanding a little on the question might bring some answers.
When we look at the Cytochrome C gene in humans and also in chimpanzees, they’re precisely the same. There’s no reason to believe that chimps and humans would have the same peptide sequence i.e. they don’t need it. But, since they do, then the only reason that they would, is if they were made that way, and the likelihood against that is something like ten to the fiftieth power. This isn’t just true for Cytochrome C, this is true for a great deal of other proteins too (many proteins). You can analyze the entire human and chimpanzee genome and see this correlation. There’s no reason that you should have the same sequence since you can get the same function. There’s absolutely no reason you should have the same nucleic acid sequence, even if you had the same protein sequence, since you can use many variations of the gene that can be used to bring about that same protein sequence. We do realize that the DNA sequence is the same, i.e., meaning that there’s shared descent. It has been demonstrated that you can use entirely different sequences and get the same function. There’s absolutely no reason why, if not God wanted to fool around with us. Why would God use these same sequences in the animals that are phylogenetically alike? There’s no reason to believe that any two given organisms would have the same transposon in the same locations, just like with two nucleic acids. Also, why is it that chimpanzees and humans share pseudogenes (gene that has been broken)? Pseudogenes are essentially nonfunctional. We have all kinds of them. For an example, we have a gene that makes Vitamin C, but it has been broken. That is why humans have to take Vitamin C or else they become ill or die. Once again, there’s no reason to expect that you would see the same pseudogenes in two species, unless they shared some genetic endowment. But again, if you take a look at humans and chimpanzees, you see that there are rather a few pseudogenes, particularly steroid 21-hydroxylase gene. We have an untranslated and a functional pseudogene, and chimpanzees have the exact same one. And they really have the exact same deletion, the same eight base pairs have been taken out of that gene in chimpanzees and humans. We also share the same endogenous retroviruses. You can deceive yourself into believing that God was able to dupe us into thinking that he made these similar sequences, but there’s no reason why we would have the same endogenous retroviruses as chimps.
I would also like to point out that creationism requires an incredibly fast rate of microevolution. The rate of microevolution isn’t even possible in nature. According to the Bible, beetles are a “kind”. There are over 400,000 known beetles (many unknown) in the entire world. If the flood occurred 4,400 years ago, then every year 100 new species of beetles would have evolved from the two original parents on the ark. Therefore, every single week roughly two new beetles are produced. Any biologist would gasp in astonishment.