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+Brad Thompson How can people accept the spin that's put on stories without…

Posted by on August 5, 2014
+Brad Thompson How can people accept the spin that's put on stories without digging any deeper…at all.
Looks like nobody's an angel in this scenario.

http://observationdeck.io9.com/how-to-not-handle-a-young-earth-creationist-employee-1611575699

How to not handle a young-earth creationist employee
A young-Earth creationist microscope technician formerly at California State University-Northridge is suing his former employer for religious discrimination, wrongful termination, and the violation of free speech.

One Response to +Brad Thompson How can people accept the spin that's put on stories without…

  1. Sarah King

    There is too much missing in this article for me to think any more than "Someone should do more research before trying to start this 'war' online". It looks like he is preemptively trying to get you to side for the young-earth-creationist despite a lack of knowledge on the situation.

    And you know me, I'm usually all for the religious person. But ONLY if I have enough information to surmise that the person was within their own legal rights and did every action they could have to handle the situation appropriately.