Andrew Bain (internet hypercalvinist) answers: The Chicken was going to cross the road anyway. If the chicken doesn't believe in limited atonement, it's reprobate. and if it believes that those who believe that folks who don't believe in limited atonement can be saved, it's reprobate. Greg Boyd answers: God didn't know the chicken was going to cross the road. He was just as surprised as you. While God knew that in his overall scheme, the road would be there, he left it as a free-will choice for the chicken to cross to road. Kenneth Copeland answers: Well, God told that chicken to cross the road. And by doing so, God was exercising His faith and it manifesting in that little clucker struttin' across the road saying 'I AM a little god.' Benny Hinn answers: I tell you the truth today, the Lord has sent a word... a chicken will cross the road... and speak in tongues. God is pouring out His Spirit on the chicken population and large groups of poultry are coming to Christ. A fresh annoin....er...basting! Send me money. Max Lucado answers: What a most beautiful picture of the Christian life we have, as our little chicken friend slowly and gingerly crosses the road - being careful to avoid the pitfalls and potholes which so plague our existence. Oh, the love of God poured out on this bird! Rick Warren answers: Well, this chicken found out his S.H.A.P.E. and realized that the farm life wasn't his purpose. He made a decision to leave his farm - just like the word of God says at Deut. 30 "I have set before you today, life" and the chicken took life and rolled with it. Now in the company of a new coop, he's free to exercise his gifts in the family of God and fulifill his purpose which drove him across the road in the first place.