There is nothing new on the job search. I am seeking employment as either a geoscience or geospatial professional (or both combined in one position).
As I told one of my daughters a few months ago: “I’ve found plenty of jobs; they just haven’t found me.”
I’m just about done with my final post in my “Six bad arguments from Answers in Genesis” series. My next series is going to be “The three pillars of young-Earth creationism,” where I’ll take a look at problems with the three basic YEC Biblical arguments for the Earth being only 6000 years old:
- Genesis 1 requires six, consecutive, literal 24-hour days.
- Genesis 3 requires no animal death before the fall.
- Genesis 6-9 requires a global flood that produced the Earth’s sedimentary rock record.
I hope to demonstrate that each of these pillars rests on a questionable foundation based on what the Bible actually says, rather than what the young-Earthers read into it. The science against young-Earth creationism is a slam-dunk, but I’ll stick mostly (or entirely) to Biblical arguments for this series.
Grace and Peace