Anyone Want a Job as a Geologist?

The Creation Museum is looking to hire.

What do you need to apply?

  • Extremely strong knowledge of creation – understanding both the biblical and scientific arguments
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

What does that Statement of Faith say?

No apparent, perceived or claimed evidence in any field, including history and chronology, can be valid if it contradicts the Scriptural record.

Spoken like true scientists…

Jimmy at McCranium has more thoughts on the matter.

(via Get Busy Livin’ or Get Busy Bloggin’)


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  • http://atheisthussy.blogspot.com/ Intergalactic Hussy

    Then, why even call it geology? Don’t they mean theology?

  • Richard Wade

    They’re asking for a doctorate in Geology in addition to the above “qualifications.” Maybe Liberty University can help them. I had an old Geology professor long ago who had dropped too much acid. If he’s still alive, maybe he could do it. What’s the salary, thirty pieces of silver?

  • Mriana

    No thanks. I don’t think they would want me or even tolerate me. I don’t believe in Creationism and I don’t view the Bible as gospel or inerrant. I believe in Biblical Critism and Evolution though.

  • http://olvlzl.blogspot.com/ olvlzl, no ism, no ist

    Why do I wonder if the guy they choose will be named Flintsone? They don’t want a geologist, they want an appologist. Maybe it’s a typo.

  • Maria

    Why do I wonder if the guy they choose will be named Flintsone? They don’t want a geologist, they want an appologist. Maybe it’s a typo.

    LOL, I agree

  • Andy

    Here’s a brilliant idea: take the job and still support evolution. When they tell you that you’re breaching the statement of faith simply respond “I’m only not allowed to use “apparent, perceived or claimed evidence” to disprove scripture. I’m using real evidence, which is something different.


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