The GeoChristian

The Earth. Christianity. They go together.

Updates: job search, Best of The GeoChristian, Dr. Dino

I’m still looking for a job in the Earth sciences or GIS. I have a very strong possibility for an excellent position, but until it’s a sure thing I’ll keep on looking. Click here for a brief resume, or go to Ten reasons why you should hire me.

I’m working on compiling a list of what I think are my best posts, sorted by topic. Click on “Best of the GeoChristian” at the top of this page.

My January post Dr. Dino still in prison is still generating comments; up to 88 right now. (WorldNetDaily—the Christian source for conspiracy theories—reports that Dr. Dino is a victim of government persecution. I don’t think so.)

July 15, 2009 - Posted by | Employment, Origins, Young-Earth creationism | , ,


  1. Why on earth would you even attmept a serious debate about Creation / Evolution online? Flaggelation doesn’t help you, dont ya know? :) :)
    In all seriousness, there is only so much a man can take. Your patience is admirable…..


    Comment by The Scylding | July 22, 2009

  2. Scylding:

    You must have read my comments on the “Dr. Dino” post. My other favorite form of self-flaggelation is writing about atheism; this way I can get flailed from both sides. I’m still not sure which side has more barbs in their whips.


    Comment by geochristian | July 22, 2009

  3. Totally off topic, but when I ran across this post, I thought of you.

    From the BSG (Creation Biology Study Group) here is the statement I thought might interest you.

    “Just before lunch, Steve Austin announced the formation of the Creation Geology Society, which I’m sure we’ll be hearing more about in the future.”

    You may already know his blog, but while looking for what “BSG” stood for, I ran across this post I had missed. I guess technically, the more interesting thing was the paper it linked to at the bottom.

    I cross referenced this (mentally) with Dean Ohlman’s recent post on whether animals have souls.


    Comment by WebMonk | July 31, 2009

  4. Have I ever asked you for your resume? I can submit it to my company, and while the east coast is a bit far, they have offices all over, possibly with GIS jobs in your area.

    I was at the ESRI Users Conference a couple weeks ago and thought of you when I was talking with some people who work for the state of Wyoming. Lots of mineral and energy studies seemed to be what they worked on. They mentioned they had interviewed a couple people for a position just before they had come out.


    Comment by WebMonk | August 5, 2009

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