As everybody knows, foxes love chickens. Given that a fox could eat many chickens, it follows that there must be many more chickens than foxes (assuming that's all they eat). If you ask a theologian why there are foxes (or any other carnivore), you might get the answer that the sin of Adam and Eve caused to world to be "broken", they brought sin into the world and that's why foxes eat chickens. Apparently, before the "fall", foxes used to be vegetarians and probably eat grass. If you study the anatomy of carnivores and herbivores , you will find significant differences. Some herbivores have complex digestive systems because their food is so poor. In addition, herbivores have to eat all day long, whereas carnivores can spend much of their time sleeping, because their food is so rich. There are obvious advantages of meat as a source of food, but it does involve that ungodly business of killing. I cannot believe that the sin of Adam and Eve could be the cause of the ugly business of carnivore anatomy and behavior. I just don't see the connection. Given the facts of life, it seems difficult to believe that a single god designed both foxes and chickens. Imagine his planning ideas. He wanted foxes to be fast, cunning and have the equipment for killing chickens. On the other hand, he wanted chickens to detect the scent of a fox, run away or perhaps fly away, so he equipped them accordingly. In other words, he had contrary objectives. In order to escape from this paradox, I propose that there must be two gods. A chicken god, who is nice and a fox god who is nasty. This easily explains all the puzzles in creation. The chicken god makes pretty sunsets and rainbows. The fox god makes earthquakes and malaria. Unfortunately, I like chicken with rice, so I don't know which god to worship.