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So is knowing how evolution works going to pay a creationist's bills?

Is it going to help them go to work? Evolution is a nice thing to be aware of, but can a creationist put that on a job application? Will knowing how evolution works make life wonderful?

Asked By: DesiDani(still waiting for 12am) - 11/15/2008
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It depends on the job... More
Answered By: Rob L - 11/15/2008
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Well, it seems to work a damned sight better than being wilfully ignorant about such things. Or did you miss the correlation being education and average income?
Answered By: Wolfechu II - 11/15/2008
 
Will knowing the earth is spherical help anybody?
Answered By: JOExHIGASHI - 11/15/2008
 
No. But an education might. I don't really get the point of this question.
Answered By: Reileah - 11/15/2008
 
It helps in understanding how life works. It gives people an understanding why medication should not be used when not needed i.e. one of the reasons that diseases are becoming more drug resistant is because of over medication for colds and other viral infections.
Answered By: Pirate AM™ - 11/15/2008
 
If I were doing a job interview and you said you were a creationist, you'd be less likely to get the job. Being a creationist means you ignore authority on the subject (evolutionary biologists). And if you don't respect those authorities, then how could one trust you to respect the boss at work?
Answered By: Farsight - 11/15/2008
 
Knowledge is it's own reward.
Answered By: vernenufeld - 11/15/2008
 
Well putting "creationist" on your resume will definitely hurt your credibility for any job that requires a knowledge of science... More
Answered By: Joseph M - 11/15/2008
 
I certainly know a lot of personnel people who pay particular attention to where a candidate went to school. The name of the school still frequently tells the religion of the person or that of their parents. Employers often employ those who frequent the same church as themselves... More
Answered By: ABBABABE - 11/15/2008
 
There is a VERY strong negative correlation between income and belief in Young Earth Creationism... More
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Answered By: RickK - 11/16/2008
 
Consider this... More
Answered By: Full Armor of God - 11/16/2008
 
No, the only good reason to know what the lie is, is to know that it is a lie and how to refute it.
Answered By: JJZ 523 - 11/16/2008
 
Knowledge of science helps makes you well rounded. I suppose it doesn't matter if you're going to work at Walmart and shop at the Piggly Wiggly, but for people who would like to get ahead in their lives it is helpful.
Answered By: Scott T - 11/17/2008
 
On this blog, evolutionists are always pontificating about how little creationists know about evolution and about how uneducated creationists are. This just proves how little those evolutionists know about creation research and creationists. So, for a little education, here is a partial list of creation scientists... More
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Answered By: proverbialmom - 11/18/2008
 
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