From: bivalve (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jun 18 2003 - 18:06:33 EDT
Location of statements of faith and associated information on websites is also going to be a function of the website architecture. I have not had difficulty finding things that I was looking for on the ASA site, but sometimes I have had difficulty locating a statement of faith on Christian college websites (while investigating employment opportunities). Usually, this probably just reflects a difference of views as to what makes sense organizationally. It is also possible that the webmaster thought that those who needed to know generally had access to the information elsewhere. Or the website may be somewhat ad hoc.
Conversely, a very positive sounding claim on the website may not hold up so well on further investigation. AiG may claim that the gospel comes first, but when they preach principally that we must be saved from evolution to creationism through the work of creation scientists, they are rejecting that priority.
Dr. David Campbell
University of Alabama
Biodiversity & Systematics
Dept. Biological Sciences
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0345 USA
That is Uncle Joe, taken in the masonic regalia of a Grand Exalted Periwinkle of the Mystic Order of Whelks-P.G. Wodehouse, Romance at Droitgate Spa
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