Origins Today: Genesis Through Ancient Eyes DVD

This 4-part video is ideal for church groups just beginning to consider questions of creation and evolution. Dr. John Walton (Wheaton College) emphasizes that Christians today need to take the Bible seriously, which means exploring what Genesis 1-2 meant to the first people who heard it. The four short lectures are accompanied by fun interviews with Veggie Tales creator Phil Vischer. Groups can follow up on these ideas by also reading Walton’s recent BioLogos blog posts where he answers common questions he faced when speaking at churches and colleges or by reading Walton’s popular book: The Lost World of Genesis One (IVP Academic, 2009). This book is also the focus of the BioLogos Book Club taking place Feb.-April of 2015. Several new resources were created to accompany the book, including discussion questions, supplemental materials on the book's topics, and special blog posts.

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Stephen Freeland, Astrobiologist and the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at UMBC - See more at: http://biologos.org/about-us/advisory-council/stephen-freeland#sthash.uAYTnpWV.dpuf

As a Christian and an evolutionary biologist, I support with enthusiasm the work of BioLogos as part of my personal commitment to nurture dialog (dia-Logos!) between science and the Christian faith. I identify most strongly with the organization’s eleventh article of belief (“What we believe”): We believe that conversations among Christians about controversial issues of science and faith can and must be conducted with humility, grace, honesty, and compassion as a visible sign of the Spirit’s presence in Christ’s body, the Church.

- Stephen Freeland, Astrobiologist and the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at UMBC - See more at: http://biologos.org/about-us/advisory-council/stephen-freeland#sthash.uAYTnpWV.dpuf
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