Nathaniel Abraham was employed as a researcher at the Massachusetts Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. What Abraham did not know is that the research center only allowed believers in the Religion of Evolution. When Abraham made it know that he is a Christian and subscribes to the Biblical chronology of origins of life, he was terminated from his position because he would not support the Religion of Evolution.
According to David C. Gibbs III, general counsel of the Christian Law Association and attorney for Abraham, "Woods Hole believes they have the right to insist on a belief in evolution."
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