Testimonies By Scientists on Coming to Faith
Our daily blog gives readers interesting and insightful content related to the BioLogos perspective on origins. One way we do this is through the work of our fellows—Dennis Venema and Ted Davis. Their series have continued this month, as Venema has brought his Evolution Basics to the point of primate evolution and the significant issues involved in considering our own evolutionary history. Davis is almost finished with his series on Robert Boyle, one of the great scientists who thought deeply about the connection between his scientific work and his faith. Our readers often express their appreciation for the depth and insight our fellows consistently bring to the blog.
Besides the original content from members of the BioLogos family, the blog regularly features personal stories from others we’ve met through various channels. This month we heard testimonies from Tyler Francke and Todd Lake, both of whom became Christians during their undergraduate years at secular universities and had to grapple with their newfound faith in the context of the science they had learned.
We would like to link out to other content on the web that our readers may appreciate. Besides the regular Origins News Round-up that runs every other Friday, this month we featured an article on the Christianity Today website about surveys of public opinion on evolution written by Jonathan Hill and funded by our Evolution and Christian Faith grants program.