For homeschoolers, teachers, students, parents and school administrators

Who is BioLogos?

Check out our mission statement and beliefs and the new BioLogos Basics videos to learn more.

Introduction

Almost from the beginning, BioLogos has received requests for information on educational resources that present more options for those who desire to take their faith and science seriously. Resources like this can be challenging to find, but we are pleased to present some worth looking in to. New materials are being developed (including by a few of our Evolution & Christian Faith grantees), and we hope to continue to discover other good options. When we do, we will update this list. Plan to check back regularly to discover what’s new!

As always, we welcome your feedback and questions. Contact us at: ed.resources@biologos.org.

“To know the mighty works of God, to comprehend His wisdom and majesty and power, to appreciate, in degree, the wonderful working of His laws, surely all this must be a pleasing and acceptable mode of worship to the Most High, to whom ignorance cannot be more gratifying than knowledge.”

–Copernicus

 



A place for evolutionary creationist home educators and their allies to share information and encouragement. Come join us on the BioLogos Homeschool Forum.

Curricula for Teaching Science

Curricula for Teaching about the Interaction of Science & Faith

Books for Young Children

Hear from parents, teachers, and students about dealing with evolution - See more at:

Why we need to do better at educating the next generation

Are science and faith in conflict?

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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