Scientist Sues Calif University for Firing Him After His Dinosaur Discovery Supported Creationism

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Story and photo from The Christian Post

A scientist has filed a lawsuit against the California State University, Northridge saying he was terminated from his job due to his religious views after he discovered soft tissue on a triceratops fossil which supported his creationist view.

Mark Armitage, a former scientist at CSUN in Los Angeles, was terminated after he discovered supposedly the largest triceratops horn ever unearthed at the Hell Creek Formation excavation site in Montana, according to attorney Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute, who’s filed the lawsuit.

“Since some creationists, like [Armitage], believe that the triceratops bones are only 4,000 years old at most, [Armitage’s] work vindicated his view that these dinosaurs roamed the planet relatively recently,” states the complaint filed against the CSUN board of trustees in Los Angeles Superior Court, according to CBS News.

The scientist’s findings, which indicate that dinosaurs roamed the earth only thousands of years in the past rather than going extinct 60 million years ago, were published in July 2013 in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

Full story here.

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Calvary Chapel Senior Pastor’s Conference Airing on CalvaryChapel.com, LiveStream

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The first day of the conference was on Monday and live streaming of today’s sessions begin at 9:00 a.m. PDT. The conference can be streamed here at CalvaryChapel.com. The LiveStream app can also be downloaded to several smart devices and the conference can be viewed on them as well. The conference will end on Thursday and all archives of the main sessions can be viewed on the LiveStream page.