In the case of a gene duplication, yes it's only a repeat of info that's already there. But ten fingers is more than five.
Also, if that duplication is passed on to the NEXT generation then another mutation might change some of that extra info which will leave us with NEW information.
I can say that because you say you accept it then you'll provide a creationist link which ignores or rejects natural selection. It doesn't matter what you SAY, it matters what you understand.
Creationists lie about evolution, period. Then you believe them because that's what you want to. But your problem is you can't tell the difference between fact and fiction. So you just go with whatever feels good.
That is why you only rely on opinions while we rely on facts.
Well the websites i used either weren't dealing with that subject right then or they did support it
Christians believe in natural selection