There’s a Job Opening for the For-Profit Noah’s Ark Theme Park, so Why Do Applicants Have to be Christian?

Answers in Genesis, Ken Ham‘s ministry, is a religious non-profit. That’s why the Creation Museum can require you to sign a “statement of faith” if you want to apply for a job.

Ark Encounter, the Noah’s Ark theme park that’s eligible for millions of dollars in tax rebates, is a for-profit business. They cannot discriminate in hiring.

Sounds simple enough.

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Anti-Gay Group Leader’s Wife Left Him For Another Woman

Jonathan Saenz, president of the conservative anti-LGBT group Texas Values, is the laughingstock of the Internet this week. And I don’t feel bad for him.

He’s one of the most homophobic loudmouths of the movement, and just months before he became the head of a massive anti-gay group, his wife left him for another woman.

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Responding to “The Three Mistakes Atheists Make”

Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie, writing for the Huffington Post, explains the three most common mistakes atheists make.

The problem is they’re not really mistakes at all.

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck: Atheists Should Stop Fighting Church/State Battles Because Christians Are Persecuted in Iraq

Yesterday, on Fox & Friends (so you know this will end well), host Elisabeth Hasselbeck ranted about how atheist groups are removing the Bible from Navy hotels and warning a Georgia school district against football coaches who impose Christianity onto their players.

She went on to say that, since Christians are legitimately being persecuted in Iraq, we should stop paying attention to the pesky First Amendment:

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Dr. Bart Ehrman Talks About Misquoting Jesus

Several years ago, Bible scholar Dr. Bart Ehrman gave a talk on his bestselling book Misquoting Jesus at the (now closed) Cathedral College.

Video of that talk only recently went up online and a lot of you may be interested in checking it out:

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