I Thought Creation Scientists Were the Persecuted Ones

From Ken Ham’s blog:

We since found out that Dr. Waltke spoke at a BioLogos conference, and a video clip of Waltke—apparently endorsing evolution—created a controversy, resulting in Dr. Waltke resigning his position at The Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. There are some reports (which I can’t verify yet) indicating that he may be doing some courses for Knox Theological Seminary in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. This seminary was founded by the late Dr. D. James Kennedy, who was an ardent biblical creationist. He would never allow such a person, no matter how qualified and world-renowned, to teach at his seminary. Dr. Kennedy interviewed me many times on radio and TV. He was, in fact, the honorary chairman of our Creation Museum project!

Creationists and IDer’s will complain loudly about being denied tenured, jobs, grants, etc. for their views on evolution, yet they will not hesitate to do the same thing to someone who holds views contrary to their own.

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