Now two jobs have popped up on my radar exactly in my field - one seems to have been written right for my stupidly narrow disciplines.
And both schools have lengthy disclaimers about being Christian colleges.
I'm not anything, really. And it's not some super-confrontational thing either. I guess I'd be most likely termed an agnostic. If there were more information available, I could believe just about anything. It seems impossible for any of us to know.
I grew up in a Christian home. I count mostly Jews among my closest friends, or others like me.
I want a job. I really want a job. I want at least a CHANCE of a job.
Are Christian colleges really adamant about this thing? I'm a good person. I'm not going to teach the students anything in my field that would make them doubt their own beliefs. (It's not really a field where any of that ever comes up, actually.)
Q: Do I apply? Do I fudge the truth? Do I ask about it pre-interview (if I'm lucky). Do I get the job and then tell them. Do I get the job and go to a Lutheran church once a week to fake it?