Which came first, The Chicken or the Star?
A question that I am often asked is, which came first the chicken or
the egg? The answer to that question, and all such similar questions,
is that the chicken came first. God did not make make either eggs or
caterpillars; He created a mature Creation, chickens and butterflies.
The idea behind the question though creates a huge problem for
evolutionists when the question is transferred to how stars were formed.
The standard evolutionist story on star formation is that a cloud of stellar gas was hit with the force of a supernova, a massive star explosion. They then claim that this force acted to compress the gas cloud into stars and planets. But as with the chicken and egg, the question is how do you get the first stars to form before there are any other stars around to go supernova? Evolutionists can invent some very interesting stories giving what they consider to be plausible explanations, with their standard of plausibility being extremely low, for why things exist as they do. What they are woefully unable to explain is how things got started. Whether it be stars, sexual reproduction or cleaning symbiosis, it is at the beginning of their stories, where their explanations come to an end.