Joshua Joscelyn used to work with Kent Hovind’s creation science ministry, as a park guide at Dinosaur Adventure Land, and head of publications and the apologetics departments as well as producer for the popular series, Creation in Common Sense. In 2010 he resigned, however – as any person who comes to her or his senses would do. Joscelyn, however, did not come to his senses.
Apparently Joscelyn resigned because the ministry was not sufficiently uncompromising, didn’t unhesitatingly accept the absolute literal truth of the King James Bible (over all others), because they paid taxes and allowed Calvinists on their programs. In short, they sold out. And didn’t pay Joscelyn enough. Currently he is affiliated with the libertarian party and has at least experienced one failed bid for a seat on the local water board on a fluoride conspiracy platform.
Diagnosis: I guess one could say that the events show that Joscelyn is (somewhat incoherently) principled. More than that, however, they show that he is batshit crazy.
*The question mark signals that, despite all the crazy we have come across thus far, I am not completely convinced that Joscelyn is not a poe.