Creationist fired from Evolutionary Biology position

No duh. And yet he’s suing them for $500k.
Biologist fired for beliefs, suit says – The Boston Globe

The lawsuit is the latest in a series of cases pitting creationists against scientists in academic settings. Last year, a University of Rhode Island student was awarded a doctorate in geosciences despite opposition after it became known that he was a creationist. Earlier this year, an Iowa State University astronomer claimed he was denied tenure because he did not believe in evolution.
Like these cases, the Abraham lawsuit pointedly raises the question: Can people work in a scientific field if they don’t believe in its basic tenets?
“I have a cleaning woman who is a Seventh-day Adventist and neither of us feel any tension,” said Michael Ruse, a philosopher of science at Florida State University who has written extensively on creationism and evolutionary biology. “Yet, what is a person doing in an evolutionary lab when they don’t believe in evolution . . . and didn’t tell anybody they didn’t believe in evolution?”