Which Came First, The Chicken or the Egg?

Christians know the answer to this question is the Chicken came first. But for a scientist determined to believe that everything started off in some embryonic state this is not possible so they study, research and study some more only to find that the egg can not exist outside a chicken thusly the Chicken had to come before the egg. Just think how much time and energy not to mention money could have been saved if they would have only read the first couple chapters of the bible.

Amplify’d from theweek.com

British scientists claim to have cracked one of the oldest philosophical riddles — the chicken came before the egg, they say. Case closed?

Which came first? The answer lies in the shell.

It has inspired countless chin-scratching conversations, but researchers in the U.K. says they have finally answered the classic unanswerable question about chickens and eggs:

So why did the chicken come before the egg?
Scientists from Sheffield and Warwick in the U.K. have found that egg shells can only be formed by a particular protein found in a chicken’s ovaries. Ergo, an egg can only exist if it has emerged from a chicken. 

What do the creationists say?
Chickens came first, according to John D. Morris of the Institute for Creation Research. On the fifth day of Creation, God created “every winged fowl after [their] kind,” then blessed them saying “be fruitful and multiply” (Genesis 1:21-22). “For the chickens, this meant lay chicken eggs. Problem solved.”

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