On Mon, 4 Jun 2001 20:34:13 +0200 Samuel.D.Olsen@rf.no writes:
> Stavanger is the oil capital of Norway and through the 13 years I have
> been here, I have been in contact with a good number of
> geologists/geophysicists working for Oil Companies. Of those who have
> attended the same church as me (Baptist affiliated with So. Baptist),
> two were outspoken YEC proponents. These gentlemen nevertheless
> out their projects for their companies and moved up the ladder
> similar promotions as I observed for OEC/Theistic evolution proponents.
Yes, I've heard similar comments from friends of mine, and as far as my
employment with an engineering/environmental co., the same is true. The
problem begins when a YEC (or someone who is categorized as YEC
regardless of what is really believed) is perceived to have a position of
influence in working for change in the status quo, or threatening to
present evidence which impacts our theories of origins.
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