Joined: Mar. 2007
|Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ Dec. 14 2007,15:47)|
Jerry claims he was fired because of his anti- Darwinist views at a Spring Arbor University, which is an evangelical Protestant school. He indicates that he was fired due to his doubts about Darwinism even though the President and Vice President of the school were openly creationist, although he does state in his post that he also experienced antagonism from “dogmatic Darwinists” at the previous University he taught at, Bowing Green State University in Ohio. Jerry taught psychology, not any field remotely related to evolution. It seems to me that something is missing from this story. How pi$$ed off could he have gotten the faculty of the biology department for them to have them call for his ouster? How does it serve “big science” to have him expelled?
I think that is sufficiently specific to actually make an identification.
Yeah, that guy has major persecution issues. Check out this account of a presentation by Jerry Bergman at Wichita State University.
Here's a snip:
|During the same conversation I mentioned to Bergman how absolutely insane his CV is (which I posted here, verbatim except for the contact information for Bergman), and I told him I made an Excel spreadsheet of time versus place that goes, at times, as many as 7 columns out (meaning he was working or attending school at 7 different places), and that’s with 3 pages of information that I couldn’t place because he provided no dates for them.|
When I brought this up, Bergman again exploded in his persecution claims saying that websites publish things like that to discredit him and so I had to mention, after a bit of a pause, “Actually, I got it from Dave [Lehman].”
And so, I asked Lehman, “Dave, what are you doing to Bergman? Why are you persecuting Bergman?”