posted on 01/24/2008 9:57:48 AM PST
(Religious belief does not constitute scientific evidence, nor does it convey scientific knowledge.)
>>Another side to the story<<
If that story is accurate, no wonder he got fired. The position was as a developmental biology and he didn’t believe in development. Evolution is fundamental to biology, particularly developmental biology.
posted on 01/24/2008 10:03:16 AM PST
(Preach the Gospel at all times, and when necessary, use words.)
Still doesn't the address the question of how a US government funded study has anything whatsoever to do with the question of the employee's religious beliefs.
The US government is simply not empowered by the US Constitution to make such inquiries, and when it passes along the federal dollar (my money BTW), it does not thereby pass along the authority for the recipient to begin making religious inquiries.
It's pretty obvious Dr. Hahn is very little different than the sort you'd find running a "confessional" during the Spanish Inquisition.
Such people are not qualified to handle federal money (my money).
posted on 01/24/2008 10:03:42 AM PST
But on Nov. 17, Hahn asked him to resign, pointing out in the letter that Abraham should have known of evolution's centrality to the project because it was evident from the job advertisement and grant proposal.
Hardly a search for truth... as evolution was the only accepted criteria.... Government funded myths top down is what does keep this system of methodology functioning.
posted on 01/24/2008 10:11:33 AM PST
by Just mythoughts
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