There is a popular question, Which came first, the chicken, or the egg? There are logical answers to both.
Egg: Well, yes, because it never says God created all things adults, right? The egg might have hatched, creating the chicken, but there really isn't a certain guarantee that the chicken came first.
Chicken: Well, God created the animals, so it would really make a bit more sense to say the chicken came first, but where did it come from? Did it just appear an adult chicken? However, it doesn't say that there was an egg...
Okay, they both make sense, but here's the real thing:
Answer: Chicken. God created animals, not eggs. It would have said that he created eggs instead of birds, which it does not. At the beginning of Genesis, it says God created BIRDS OF THE AIR, not eggs of the nest. And who would make the nest? A dog???? So, really, the chicken is the logical answer. Unless you've never read Genesis, in which you wouldn't really know what it says. Then, in which case, read the book of Genesis. You will find it in the bible. Okay, this post was random and out of turn, but this has been on my mind lately. And it's my blog, I can put what I want on it, and if you got a problem with that, you just walk away from that computer. That's right, walk.