Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
We should define the egg as being a chicken egg which would produce a chicken when hatched. So what was most likely the first?
If one assumes the bible speaks the truth then it makes logical sense to assume that the chicken came first. After all when God made Adam and Eve he created them as fully grown. One would imagine that was the blueprint for the rest of nature.
However if one is not religious they would assume that various stages of evolution took place creating various species who would later give birth to future offspring. Therefore once again it's probably safe to say the chicken came first. - One man's opinion! :-)
What if one assumes both? God created animals but some just not in their current form today. I'm not talking about big evolutionary changes. Just perhaps a creature much like the chicken was created and then evolved into the chicken we know today.
I would say the chicken came first. Noah had the animals two by two on his ark. I don't remember any mention of eggs.
by singleaple 6 years ago
Does the question what came first the chicken or the egg indicate a presence superior to man ?Does the riddle of this question indicate the necessary presence of something that was superior to man (in order to create one or the other in the first place) ?
by etb50 10 years ago
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? here is the answer that is on Yahoo.com, read what they think, and tell me what you think.http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index … 556AASTta0this is under religion because if you read the askers rating of the best answer, they quote a passage from...
by tnvrstar 10 years ago
which one came first in this world? an egg or a chicken?if an egg then who laid the egg and if a chicken then where it came from?
by ArockDaNinja 8 years ago
Seriously, what came first, the chicken or the egg?!
by ChilliWilly 8 years ago
Which came first: chicken or egg?
by Kevin Peter 6 years ago
What came first on this earth. The egg or the hen?If egg came first, where did it come from? If your answer is hen, how come it came without an egg?
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