Yes, she's strange and different...but not THAT different.

06 June 2007

Looking for a job?

[DISCLAIMER: I will admit that I stole some of this from Jesus' General who stole some of it from Jimmy at McCranium. But it was worth it.]

The Creation Museum is looking to hire a Geologist. No, no - don't start laughing until you read a few of the job requirements:
# Doctorate in geology preferred
# Extremely strong knowledge of creation
# willingness to be mentored in order to become an even better speaker (i.e., to be “teachable”)
# Salvation testimony
# Creation belief statement
# Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

"AiG" stands for "Answers in Genesis" and their Statement of Faith includes, but is not limited to, the following:
The scientific aspects of creation are important, but are secondary in importance to the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
...
The final guide to the interpretation of Scripture is Scripture itself.
...
No apparent, perceived or claimed evidence in any field, including history and chronology, can be valid if it contradicts the Scriptural record.

I'm assuming that the required Salvation Testimony can be free-form, but must include some English and not consist solely of speaking in tongues. They're also looking to fill several other positions, in case you're interested and want to live in the Cincinnati area. No astronomer, though, probably because then they'd have to deal with that whole Universe-revolves-around-the-Earth thing.

  • On 6/06/2007 12:29 PM, Blogger cathouse teri said…

    "some English" hee hee

     
  • On 6/06/2007 2:39 PM, Blogger Tonya said…

    i am completely posting without reading a word, cause i have to say hi, how ya been? now, I'm going to read. a little backward i know but i'm a pimp like that.

     
  • On 6/06/2007 2:47 PM, Blogger Tonya said…

    great reading.

    I've said a lot lately that I will be so glad when Jesus comes back and takes all these nuts away and the rest of us left can all dance naked on the courthouse square. Not really the second part but definitely the first.

    BTW I think the hockey goalie mask.

     
  • On 6/10/2007 11:20 AM, Blogger Hammer said…

    How can you have a doctorate in geology and believe in a 5000 year old earth?

    Weird

     
  • On 6/12/2007 1:40 AM, Blogger Jenn in Holland said…

    Oh, this is fantastic! Man am I ever glad that I popped over here via your comment from Teri's place. You are freakin' fantastic!
    As is the comment above from tonya.

    Salvation testimony! Universe around the earth? Imagine that.

    Great post.

     
  • On 6/12/2007 4:48 PM, Blogger Jami said…

    Tonya - missed you! And I did go with the hockey mask.

    Hammer - Ummm ... you believe God is a practical joker and just made it all look that way to fool us?

    Jenn - Thanks! I'm glad you stopped by and don't be a stranger.

     
  • On 6/13/2007 3:04 PM, Blogger AGC said…

    My father in law was approached by that museum (he was a paleontology
    professor at Indiana University). He laughed at them.

    Evolution, as he put it to them, is not a theory, it is fact. Creation science is an oxymoron.

    ....and to think I have to share a state with that place. Please don't think all Kentuckians are THAT stoopid, okay? We did produce Hunter S. Thompson, after all.

    Polar Bear

     

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