The leaders of BioLogos believe that the findings of modern science are compatible with Christian faith. View their Presentations and Interviews to learn more.
Deborah Haarsma serves as President of The BioLogos Foundation, a position she has held since January 2013. Previously, she served as a professor and chair of Physics and Astronomy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.Read Full Bio
As Senior Scholar of BioLogos, Dr. Jeff Schloss provides writing, speaking, and scholarly research on topics that are central to the values and mission of BioLogos and represent BioLogos in dialogues with other Christian organizations.Read Full Bio
Kathryn Applegate received her Ph.D. in computational cell biology from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in La Jolla, California, in 2010. There she developed computer vision algorithms to measure the cell’s cytoskeleton.Read Full Bio
Originally from Michigan, Lisa Jeanguenin joined the BioLogos team to assist on several projects including the Evolution & Christian Faith grants program.Read Full Bio
Director of Operations
Laura J Landmann received a master's degree in International Relations and Human Rights from the University of Kent in the U.K.
As Web Editor, Emily Ruppel oversees the editorial content of the BioLogos website, including working with our many guest authors for our blog.Read Full Bio
As Web Developer, Chris Snyder is responsible for managing the organization’s website and other information technology systems.Read Full Bio
Content Development Coordinator
As Content Development Coordinator, Chris Stump coordinates development of content such as curricula for schools and churches.Read Full Bio
As Content Manager, Jim Stump develops a vision for all BioLogos content development, including choosing themes and recruiting authors for The BioLogos Forum.Read Full Bio
As Communications Specialist, Lisa Tudor is responsible for communicating with the BioLogos community using written, visual, and multimedia formats.Read Full Bio
Fellow for the History of Science
Ted Davis is Professor of the History of Science at Messiah College, where he teaches courses on historical and contemporary aspects of Christianity and science and directs the Central Pennsylvania Forum for Religion and Science.Read Full Bio