Friday, November 27, 2015

Does anyone expect kennie ham to change?

I caught this story from the Friendly Atheist blog, there's a bunch of job postings over on the Answers in Genesis (AiG) website.  ALL of them include the need to provide:

  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith
What I find interesting is that none of these jobs are specific for the Creation 'Museum', AiG itself, or their new Ark Encounter park . . . yet they all have these three very discriminatory requirements.  Now what I find really funny is that later on the page they say
"Note: The Ark Encounter LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of our nonprofit group (Crosswater/AiG) that will be responsible for hiring staff for the Ark project. Available positions will be made public at a future time and will be posted on the Ark Encounter website."
Now when you wander over the the Ark Park website, there are no job listings . . . The Ark Park is scheduled to open in less than 8 months, and they have no job postings .. . . . yet AiG has lots of job postings.  Doesn't that seem strange to you?

I think this is nothing more than a way to try and get around the non-discriminatory hiring practices little kennie promised to comply with.  So on the one hand he promised to follow the law, yet he keeps doing his best to discriminate.  Kentucky, you deserve better than this!  Why do you put up with it? 

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