New Resources on Our Site
The Forum—BioLogos’s daily blog—has long been the centerpiece of our web presence. It features scholarly posts and testimonials from members of the BioLogos community who are doing their best to respond faithfully to the Bible and to the created order. We are committed to this process of “working out our salvation” (sometimes with fear and trembling!) and trust that God is at work in us (Philippians 2:12-13).
We recognize the need for other kinds of resources on our website, too, and the staff is hard at work on some long term projects like introductory videos, more accessible curated collections of articles, and a redesign of our search tools so you can more easily find what you’re looking for. Today, however, we draw your attention to a couple of short term projects that have been completed and are now visible on our site.
Under the “About Us” tab, you can find a new page called “Our History: 2006 to Today.” It gives a brief overview of the evolution of BioLogos from its inception under Francis Collins as a website answering frequently asked questions, to the multi-faceted organization it is today. There are links included to the major initiatives BioLogos has developed to advance its mission of exploring and celebrating the compatibility of evolutionary creation and biblical faith. We hope that it gives some context and a broader understanding of who we are.
Secondly, we’ve created a new page that collects and details all of BioLogos’s available resources for small groups. This includes a few age-specific items for middle and high school students, as well as different kinds of curricula for adult small groups. There are annotated lists of books, videos, and web resources to give you the information you need to select the materials appropriate for your group. We expect to be adding to this list in the future, as well as developing other pages for different audiences.
As always, we are interested in hearing from you. What kinds of resources do you find most helpful in working through issues of origins?