This is from Martin Gardner's column "Notes of a Fringe Watcher"
in _Skeptical Inquirer_, Vol. 15, No. 4 (Summer 1991), p. 355:
Although he prefers to call himself an evangelical, Mims
is a Southern Baptist fundamentalist. He is not a "young
earther" who thinks the universe was created about ten
thousand years ago. He allows that individual species were
created at intervals over long periods of time, the "days"
of Genesis not to be taken as 24-hour time spans. Adam and
Eve had no navels, Mims told me over the phone, for the
simple reason that they had no parents. He was not sure
whether Eve had hair and had not realized that hair bears
as much evidence of past events as belly buttons. (Hair is
dead tissue that grows from its roots, like teeth and
fingernails, in small increments. If God could provide Adam
and Eve with hair, teeth, and nails that had no past history,
he could just as easily give them navels with no past
history.) He admitted being puzzled over the question of
whether the first trees had rings.