BioLogos Editorial Team

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  • The Sights and Sounds of BioLogos 2017 Conference

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    The Sights and Sounds of BioLogos 2017 Conference | BioLogos Editorial Team

    We had an amazing three days celebrating Christ and his world with top scientists and scholars. Read More >

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  • See You in Houston!

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    See You in Houston! | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Our Christ and Creation national conference kicks off Wednesday evening.  Read More >

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  • Jesus, Creator and Redeemer (Sermon)

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    Jesus, Creator and Redeemer (Sermon) | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Lent is a good time to refocus ourselves on how God's glory can be found in all Creation.  Read More >

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  • Discussing Origins: Assessing the Strength of Evolutionary Science

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    Discussing Origins: Assessing the Strength of Evolutionary Science | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Old-earth and evolutionary creationists agree that God made all living things, but they disagree on whether all life forms share a common ancestor.  Read More >

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  • Discussing Origins: Evolution, Adam and Eve, and the Image of God

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    Discussing Origins: Evolution, Adam and Eve, and the Image of God | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Can the biblical story of Adam and Eve be reconciled with the findings of modern science? Evolutionary and old-earth creationists disagree on this point.  Read More >

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  • Discussing Origins: Biblical Authority and Modern Science

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    Discussing Origins: Biblical Authority and Modern Science | BioLogos Editorial Team

    What does it mean to "take Scripture seriously" in light of modern science? And how do we hold our interpretations lightly?  Read More >

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  • Discussing Origins: Creation, Evolution, or Both?

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    Discussing Origins: Creation, Evolution, or Both? | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Exploring the differences between "old-earth" and "evolutionary" creationist positions.  Read More >

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  • Responses to David Barash on God and Evolution in the Classroom

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    Responses to David Barash on God and Evolution in the Classroom | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Here are some of the best responses from around the web to David's Barash's controversial editorial about God and Evolution in the New York Times. Read More >

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  • Final Assessments (Reviewing “Darwin’s Doubt”: Robert Bishop, Part 4)

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    Final Assessments (Reviewing “Darwin’s Doubt”: Robert Bishop, Part 4) | BioLogos Editorial Team

    The picture of evolutionary theory and developmental biology presented by Meyer doesn’t help us understand what scientists working in those areas actually do and what their deba... Read More >

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  • Faith after Literalism: An Interview with Michael Gungor

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    Faith after Literalism: An Interview with Michael Gungor | BioLogos Editorial Team

        Musician Michael Gungor talks about the recent controversy over the evolution of his views on evolution, science, and biblical authority. Read More >

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  • Praying the Psalms: Psalm 19

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    Praying the Psalms: Psalm 19 | BioLogos Editorial Team

    The Psalmist is saying that when we walk outside and look up, the heavens tell us two things about God: they tell us about his glory, and they tell us about what his hands can do. ... Read More >

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  • Poetry, God, and the Natural World: Meet Writer Kathleen Housley

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    Poetry, God, and the Natural World: Meet Writer Kathleen Housley | BioLogos Editorial Team

    “If I find that my mind is becoming stale, I start learning something entirely new. . . . God does indeed speak in mysterious ways. Our job is to listen.”   Read More >

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  • Response to Ken Ham

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    Response to Ken Ham | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Last week Ken Ham addressed BioLogos specifically in a blog post, in response to Daniel Hamlin’s testimony told in our blog on October 14th. Read More >

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  • A Review of “Evolution vs. God” from Reasons to Believe

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    A Review of “Evolution vs. God” from Reasons to Believe | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Its questionable treatment of science and scientists—with an attack mindset and a goal to make scientists look stupid—causes me to advise extreme caution. Read More >

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  • Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a stronger Christianity

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    Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a stronger Christianity | BioLogos Editorial Team

        Listening to his story I had to remind myself that Phil was an atheist, not a seminary student recalling those who had inspired him to enter the pastorate. Read More >

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  • Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a stronger Christianity

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    Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a stronger Christianity | BioLogos Editorial Team

        Listening to his story I had to remind myself that Phil was an atheist, not a seminary student recalling those who had inspired him to enter the pastorate. Read More >

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  • Endless Forms Most Beautiful, Part 2

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    Endless Forms Most Beautiful, Part 2 | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Evo Devo has revealed the continuity among forms that was masked or about which there were uncertainties based on appearance alone. Read More >

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  • Endless Forms Most Beautiful, Part 1

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    Endless Forms Most Beautiful, Part 1 | BioLogos Editorial Team

    How could we make progress on questions involving the evolution of form without a scientific understanding of how form is generated in the first place? Read More >

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  • A Survey of Clergy and Their Views on Origins

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    A Survey of Clergy and Their Views on Origins | BioLogos Editorial Team

    What do today’s pastors think about science? What views do they hold on creation and evolution and how strongly do they hold them? How do origins issues impact their ministries? Read More >

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  • Ephesians 4:1-6: A Call of Christian Unity, Part 3

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    Ephesians 4:1-6: A Call of Christian Unity, Part 3 | BioLogos Editorial Team

      We are, I trust, united theologically in the main things —that is, around the essentials of the faith which are developed and expressed in the Nicene Creed.   Read More >

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  • Fine-Tuning: A Deeper Story?

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    Fine-Tuning: A Deeper Story? | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Five notable scientists (Polkinghorne, Wilkinson, Holder, Williams and Swinerd) offer their perspective on the strengths and limitations of the fine-tuning argument as a pointer to ... Read More >

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  • Gracious Dialogue

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    Gracious Dialogue | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Our desire to engage in gracious dialogue with fellow believers who reject biological evolution has been receiving increased attention in both the Christian and secular press.  Read More >

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  • Southern Baptist Voices Series

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    Southern Baptist Voices Series | BioLogos Editorial Team

    The Southern Baptist Voices series is a collection of seven essays from Southern Baptist scholars with BioLogos responses. The series came out of conversations between Dr. Darrel Falk... Read More >

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  • Misconceptions About Evolution, Part 2

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    Misconceptions About Evolution, Part 2 | BioLogos Editorial Team

    "Evolutionary theory is not in crisis; scientists accept evolution as the best explanation for life's diversity because of the multiple lines of evidence supporting it."   Read More >

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  • Misconceptions About Evolution, Part 1

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    Misconceptions About Evolution, Part 1 | BioLogos Editorial Team

    The website Understanding Evolution offers its readers numerous helpful resources regarding the science and history of evolutionary biology.   Read More >

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  • Ephesians 4:1-6: A Call of Christian Unity, Part 1

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    Ephesians 4:1-6: A Call of Christian Unity, Part 1 | BioLogos Editorial Team

    In making unity first, Paul is faithfully reflecting the heart desire of his Great High Priest Jesus as that is reflected in John 17. Read More >

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  • The BioLogos Foundation’s Theology of Celebration II Workshop

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    The BioLogos Foundation’s Theology of Celebration II Workshop | BioLogos Editorial Team

    In Nov. 2010, a group of pastors, church leaders, scholars, scientists, and laypersons met in NYC for the 2nd Theology of Celebration BioLogos Workshop. There was extensive discussion... Read More >

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  • The Same Life

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    The Same Life | BioLogos Editorial Team

    The seas teem with countless beautiful and wonderful creatures, from the silvery schools of fish that dart through the waters and the mysterious jellyfish who float silently through... Read More >

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  • More Responses to Hawking’s “The Grand Design”

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    More Responses to Hawking’s “The Grand Design” | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Many are discussing Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlondinow’s latest book The Grand Design. Today we’d like to point readers to two responses by Philip Clayton and Alister M... Read More >

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  • Timaeus’ Parable

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    Timaeus’ Parable | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Suppose that many centuries ago a large number of Christians understood a number of passages in the Bible to say, or imply, that the world was flat.  Read More >

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  • Christ is Risen!

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    Christ is Risen! | BioLogos Editorial Team

    American composer Whitacre explains how he created this piece: “I made my own conductor track, filming it in complete silence, hearing the music only in my head.  &nbs... Read More >

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  • Ken Ham’s “State of the Nation” Address

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    Ken Ham’s “State of the Nation” Address | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Ham states that 2/3 of young people abandon the faith of their youth as they enter adulthood. The answer, in contrast to what he suggests, is not better training in YEC. Read More >

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  • Joel Hunter on Evolution, Culture, and Misuse of Power

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    Joel Hunter on Evolution, Culture, and Misuse of Power | BioLogos Editorial Team

    The culture wars are not about truth; they are about power. But the goal must be to seek more precise information, not to manufacture suspicion to get more power. Read More >

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  • Science as a Way of Knowing

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    Science as a Way of Knowing | BioLogos Editorial Team

    What is science, and how does it differ from other approaches to obtaining knowledge? Read More >

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  • A Bigger Tent

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    A Bigger Tent | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Christians seeking to correlate Scripture and science must be a “bigger tent” so as to include the multiple ways that one can reconcile Scripture with evolutionary theory. Read More >

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  • Octopuses in a Half Shell

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    Octopuses in a Half Shell | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Australian researchers in Indonesia discovered an octopus that has adapted a unique method of camouflage: coconut shells. Read More >

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  • Shiny Scales, Silvery Skins, and Evolution

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    Shiny Scales, Silvery Skins, and Evolution | BioLogos Editorial Team

    A recent study by researcher Avital Levy-Lior and her colleagues have discovered found that both Koi fish and silvery spiders evolved the same camouflage via different structures. Read More >

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  • Songs and Speciation

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    Songs and Speciation | BioLogos Editorial Team

    In this PNAS article, Peter and Rosemary Grant actually demonstrate the key events in the formation of a new species as it occurred before their very eyes.   Read More >

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  • Barriers to Accepting Creation by an Evolutionary Process

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    Barriers to Accepting Creation by an Evolutionary Process | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Waltke's paper looks at eleven different factors that make it difficult for Evangelicals to accept evolution as a valid means for divine creation. Read More >

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  • Finding Harmony

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    Finding Harmony | BioLogos Editorial Team

     For some, coming face to face with the evidence for evolution can be a threatening and faith-shaking experience. Read More >

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  • Nature’s God-Talk

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    Nature’s God-Talk | BioLogos Editorial Team

    For those of us who study the sacred depths of nature, no truer words have ever been spoken than the marvelous words in Psalm 19. Read More >

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  • Removing the Center

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    Removing the Center | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Theories hold the old age of the earth and the gradual evolution of species as truth. They are supported by countless observations and experiments conducted over the past 150 years. Read More >

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  • Understanding Earth

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    Understanding Earth | BioLogos Editorial Team

    When we read Genesis 1.1:  we picture the origin of the atmosphere, space, solar systems, and galaxies. But in Genesis 1 "earth" does not mean the planet Earth.   Read More >

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  • Newly Discovered Genetic Link Sheds Light on Evolution of the Four Chamber Heart

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    Newly Discovered Genetic Link Sheds Light on Evolution of the Four Chamber Heart | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Scientists are one step closer to understanding this important evolutionary step thanks to the recent research of a team at the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease.   Read More >

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  • Of Mice and Men

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    Of Mice and Men | BioLogos Editorial Team

    As we continue to study genomes, we find striking similarities between our human genome and those of other organisms. Read More >

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  • Our Story

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    Our Story | BioLogos Editorial Team

    The early chapters of Genesis, we meet Adam and Eve, the original man & woman formed from the dust of the Earth, brought to life by the breath of God, and placed in a beautiful ga... Read More >

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  • A Tale of Two Papers

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    A Tale of Two Papers | BioLogos Editorial Team

    Just as Miller discovered two students were plagiarizing by looking at their mistakes, we find evidence for common ancestry in the mistakes of our DNA. Read More >

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  • Our Genetic Photo Albums

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    Our Genetic Photo Albums | BioLogos Editorial Team

    In his book Coming to Peace with Science, Darrel Falk explains several genetic clues that point to common ancestry. Read More >

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