More sources: http://lamp-of-diogenes.blogspot.com/2014/03/james-tour-and-intelligent-designs.html
La Sierra University, a Seventh-day Adventist school in Riverside, California, was called out in 2010 by activists and at least one student over allegations some biology teachers presented evolution over creation as the "preferred" explanation of origins, the Adventist Review reported. The university's religious sponsors hold to a "recent" creation in "six literal days."
Read more at http://national.deseretnews.com/article/5247/90-years-after-Scopes-Monkey-Trial-the-creation-vs-evolution-debate-carries-on.html#mF7FoIuICsve4y8q.99
Furthermore, in “The Botanical Activities of George Edward Post (1838–1909)” (2006), Musselman writes, “Also in common with most botanical contemporaries, Post was not a Darwinian. In his copy of Boissier’s Flora orientalis (1867), he underlined the author’s statement that he did not accept the Darwinian theory,” adding, “Post took a much more public stand against evolution in a crisis that threatened the future of the Syrian Protestant College in 1882 known as the Lewis Affair.” In the Lewis Affair, he explains, one of Post’s colleagues, Edwin Rufus Lewis, expressed admiration of Darwin during a commencement address. The Syrian Protestant College was founded by a United States missionary organization, the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, and its conservative backers were not happy to hear of Lewis’s views. Lewis was eventually dismissed. In the tumult, Musselman says, “Post sided strongly with the anti-Darwin party.”
From Glenn Branch
Bryan College loses faculty (named after William Jennings Bryan)
Original 1930 statement
4) that the origin of man was by fiat of God in the act of creation as related in the Book of Genesis; that he was created in the image of God; that he sinned and thereby incurred physical and spiritual death;
"clarification to belief #4" http://www.bryan.edu/origins.html
“We believe that all humanity is descended from Adam and Eve. They are historical persons created by God in a special formative act, and not from previously existing life forms.”
7 faculty out of 44 leave for retirement of other jobs. 2, Steve DeGeorge (prof. of education) and, Stephen Barnett, (professor of natural sciences) were fired for not signing the "clarification. "Associate professor of biology Brian Eisenback is leaving for another college. Another professor is considering a job at a school that "holds to a conservative, literal 6-day creation view in Genesis." And sources say department chairman Marty Hartzell will retire a year early." from Times Free Press http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2014/apr/04/bryan-faculty-exodus-looms/?local
March 29, 2008
A Message from the Board of Trustees Westminster Theological Seminary
On March 26, 2008, the WTS Board of Trustees assembled for a special meeting to address theological issues related to Old Testament Professor Peter Enns’ book, Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament.
After a full day of deliberation, the Board of Trustees took the following action by decisive vote...
“That for the good of the Seminary (Faculty Manual II.4.C.4) Professor Peter Enns be suspended at the close of this school year, that is May 23, 2008 (Constitution Article III, Section 15), and that the Institutional Personnel Committee (IPC) recommend the appropriate process for the Board to consider whether Professor Enns should be terminated from his employment at the Seminary. Further that the IPC present their recommendations to the Board at its meeting in May 2008.”
"Shortly after the 2004 publication of his book, Random Designer, biologist Richard Colling was prohibited from teaching introductory biology courses at Olivet Nazarene College in Illinois and his book was banned from the campus. Peter Enns, who earned his PhD from Harvard University in Near Eastern languages and civilizations, claimed that the first chapters of Genesis are firmly grounded in ancient myth, which he defines as "an ancient, premodern, prescientific way of addressing questions of ultimate origins in the form of stories"; in 2008, the board of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia forced Enns, a tenured faculty member, to resign after fourteen years. In 2010, Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando fired biblical scholar Bruce Waltke for stating that evolution is true. In 2011, Calvin College fired theologian John Schneider and silenced biblical scholar Dan Harlow for challenging the traditional Christian understanding of a literal Adam and Eve. "
More reporting at Inside Higher Education:
The dispute at Olivet Nazarene involves Richard Colling, who has spent the last 28 years teaching there
to prohibit the use of his 2004 book, "Random Designer: Created from Chaos to Connect with the Creator"
Back in 2004, ID creationist William Dembski was hired by President Albery Mohler to head the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary "Center for Science and Theology. Albert Mohler replaced him just two years later with Young Earth Creationist Kurt Wise. Dembski was next appointed "Research Professor of Philosophy" at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Dembski's next job was "Research Professor of Philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.Following the 2009 publication of Dembski's book, The End of Christianity, where he offered the possibility that the earth was 4.5 billion years old, the universe ~14 billion years old, and that Noah's flood was regional rather than global, Dembski lost even the title of "research professor," and was fired again. He was ultimate fired from there in spite a a groveling apology retracting his statements on the Flood, etc....
“Ken Ham has gone ballistic on [my book]—literally—going around the country denouncing me as a heretic, and encouraging people to write to my theological employers to see to it that I’m fired for the views I take in it.“ W. Dembski "Bill Dembski on young vs. old Earth creationists, and where he stands" February 22, 2012
A Reply to Tom Nettles Review of Dembski's "The End of Christianity"
Allen, David L. (February 2010). A Reply to Tom Nettles' Review of William A. Dembski's The End of Christianity: Finding a Good God in an Evil World (PDF) (White paper). Preamble by Paige Patterson. Fort Worth, TX: The Center for Theological Research; Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. OCLC 525171820.
(2009). The End of Christianity: Finding a Good God in an Evil World. Nashville, TN: B&H Publishing Group.
Thomas Jay Oord
Thomas Jay Oord, Prof. of Theology pro-evolution and fired by Northwest Nazarene University
More examples: https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2009/01/15/aaup
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod President Matthew Harrison — who is known for his bushy mustache and conservative views — against Matthew Becker, who challenged the church’s stance against the ordination of women, and its teaching of creationism.
Harrison wrote, “I am saying that if my synod does not change its inability to call such a person to repentance and remove such a teacher where there is no repentance, then we are liars and our confession is meaningless.”
Philosophy professor Jim Stump was forced resigned from Bethel College after the board of trustees adopted a policy forbidding faculty from being active in academic communities that do not align with creationism.
3. Bethel College faculty members affirm through contracts each year that they believe:
God is the Creator and Sustainer of all things, and the Author of Salvation.
The Bible is the divinely inspired, only infallible, authoritative Word of God, and the unchanging rule of faith and practice.
Humanity’s relationship to God, which was lost through sin, is restored through faith in the redeeming work of Christ, God’s divine Son.
The Church comprises people who are born of the Spirit and empowered by him to live a holy life devoted to the fulfillment of the Church’s Great Commission.
The personal return of Christ will bring about the end of the present age, the judgment and the beginning of the glorious age to come.
In summary, Bethel College faculty will respectfully teach its denominational doctrine on the distinctive creation of humanity, while answering that denomination’s call to investigate everything appropriate to a Christian liberal arts college. This Statement does not intend to suppress faculty opinions about Origins, but prevent public contradiction or disparagement of this corporate commitment. This permits faculty to participate in academic communities which might be at variance with the Position Statement in order to learn from that community, but faculty are not to advocate for, nor hold leadership positions for, nor sustain a contractual relationship with an academic community which may be at variance with the Statement.
says Aaron Smith, the former chair of theology at Colorado Christian University, and currently at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
In 2014, heartened by the student response he had gotten in his God and Genetics course, Smith planned to co-teach a class on science relevant to key theological questions.
Faculty Member of the Year for the final two years of his professorate. But in February 2015, he was let go. The school’s president, Smith says, “chose not to renew my contract for the stated reason that my views on the Bible were no longer ‘conservative enough’—his words—for the institution.”