Listen my children and you shall hear. Not about the midnight ride of Paul Revere, but instead, the answer to an age old question that’s been weighing heavy on the hearts and minds of us all. That’s right ladies and gentlemen, right here in River City, you’ll finally learn which came first, the chicken or the egg. Scientist, Biologist, and Evolutionist have been debating this question for eons. Finally, the debate will be solved and they will have to find something else to argue about.
Are you ready???????????
Here it comes!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And the answer is……………………
I guess, for the sake of science, I should explain the answer, (since Scientist very rarely take your word for anything). You’d think that all Scientist came from Missouri because they have to be shown. (Sorry Mrs. Isler, no insult intended)
The very first three words of the very first chapter of the very first book in the compilation of books that make up the handbook of life we call ‘The Bible’ are “In the beginning”. Let me break that down for you. In, means, well, in, except in this case where it means “at”. The, means something specific. Beginning, means a point in time that something starts or, before this point in time, there is nothing. Put together it translates “At this specific point in time when there is nothing”. Pretty self explanitory, right?
Continue reading the whole first chapter and you’ll read in verse 25 that on the sixth day “God made the wild animals according to their kinds, the livestock according to their kinds, and all the creatures that move along the ground according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good.” Now if you really closely read all of the words between “In the beginning” (which I broke down for you) and verse 25 like I told you to do, you would realize that you didn’t read anything at all about an egg.
He does say in verse 28 for them to be fruitful and multiply so He instills the instinct in the hen to know what to do with the ability He gave her to lay eggs to accomplish this. Therefore, the scientist in us all must deduce that the chicken did indeed come first, at which point the hen started laying eggs to procreate, according to The Word of God.
Now, when you put it like that, who in their right mind can argue?
Next question please.
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