Sorry - I guess I wasn’t as clear as I could have been. I meant that I don’t see new and complex genetic information such as would be required to form a new protein forming through a process of random mutation + natural selection. This is because partially coding for a new protein would not provide any benefit to the organism and thus would not be supported by natural selection.
Food for thought: Many genes can code for multiple protein products through a process called alternative splicing. Some of these alternative splicing products are abbreviated versions of a longer protein coded for by the same gene. Considering this, would you still hold to the statement above?