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Recommended Sites & Blogs

The goals of BioLogos are shared by many other organizations. The Web sites and blogs below offer resources that complement those on our site.


  • American Scientific Affiliation (ASA)

    The goal of the ASA is to investigate any area relating Christian faith and science and to make known the results of such investigations for comment and criticism by the Christian and scientific communities.

  • Center for Public Christianity

    CPX is an independent research and media organization seeking to promote the public understanding of the Christian faith in Australia and beyond employing the best of scholarship via the best of media. They offer a range of audio, video, and print commentary on the intersection of science and faith.

  • Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences

    The mission of CTNS is to promote the creative mutual interaction between theology and the natural sciences.

  • Christians in Science

    CiS is an international network of those concerned with the relationship between science and Christian faith, open to scientists, teachers, students and all those with an interest in this dialogue.

  • Counterbalance

    Counterbalance is a non-profit educational organization working to promote the public understanding of science, and how the sciences relate to ethical and religious concerns.

  • Faraday Institute

    The Faraday Institute has a Christian ethos, but encourages engagement with a wide diversity of opinions concerning interactions between science and religion, without engaging in advocacy.

  • Genesis Proclaimed Association

    The primary goal of GPA is to advance the understanding of the relationships between science, history, and Christianity.

  • International Society for Science & Religion

    The ISSR aims to facilitate dialogue between the two academic disciplines of science and religion, one of the most important current areas of debate in terms of understanding the nature of humanity.

  • John Polkinghorne

    Nicholas Beale maintains this site, which highlights John Polkinghorne’s work in finding harmony between science and religion.

  • John Templeton Foundation

    The mission of the John Templeton Foundation is to serve as a philanthropic catalyst for discovery in areas engaging life’s biggest questions.

  • Metanexus

    Metanexus’ mission is to promote constructive engagement of science, religion, and the humanities in the communal pursuit of wisdom in order to address humanity’s most profound questions and challenges.

  • Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life

    The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, launched in 2001, seeks to promote a deeper understanding of issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs.

  • Science et Foi (Science and Faith)

    For those with a knowledge of French, Science et Foi offers a number of resources in line with the BioLogos perspective –– even some translated resources from BioLogos.  For frequent updates, be sure to visit their blog: Création et Évolution.

  • The Clergy Letter Project

    This is an effort dedicated to showing that clergy do not find conflict between the Christian faith and science. While many clergy and other religious leaders support this project so far there has been little support from evangelicals. This illustrates one primary reason for BioLogos’ existence.  Will the day come when pastors of evangelical churches are prominent on the list?  We hope so.


  • 13.7: Cosmos and Culture

    Hosted by NPR, 13.7 is a blog set at the intersection of science and culture. Their goal is to engage in a discussion with each other—and you—about how science has shaped culture and how culture has shaped science.

  • A Time to Tear Down

    Theologian Peter Enns aims to edify fellow Christians by challenging and confirming, innovating and perpetuating (i.e., “tearing down and building up,” as Ecclesiastes 3:3 puts it) how we understand the faith that is so dear to us. The focus of his blog is biblical theology and biblical studies, and how these fields interface with contemporary Christian faith.

  • An Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution

    The current relationship between evolution and evangelicalism can best be characterized as warfare. Steve Martin believes that ending this warfare through dialogue will be good for science, and much more importantly, good for the gospel.

  • ASA Voices

    ASA Voices is a group blog of American Scientific Affiliation members. The intent of the blog is to provide a forum for thoughtful dialog on topics related to issues of science and faith.

  • Beyond the Firmament

    A blog that serves as a forum to ask questions about Gordon Glover’s book “Beyond the Firmament”, as well as discussing other topics concerned with understanding science and the theology of creation.

  • CPXtra

    The Centre for Public Christianity’s (CPX) blog covers an assortment of issues that are important in religion today. CPX is an independent research and media organization seeking to promote the public understanding of the Christian faith in Australia and beyond.

  • Designed on Purpose

    Charlie Gordon, author of “In Plain Sight: Seeing God’s Signature throughout Creation” and board member of BioLogos, hosts a website that exists to catalogue evidence that a Creator designed this universe. Sometimes the evidence shows up where one would least expect.

  • For the Love of Wisdom and the Wisdom of Love

    Thomas Jay Oord is known for his contributions to research on love, relational theology, science and religion, Wesleyan/Holiness/Church of the Nazarene thought, Evangelical theology, and postmodernism. He is a professor at Northwest Nazarene University.

  • Irtiqa

    Irtiqa literally means “evolution” in Urdu. This blog tracks and comments on news relevant to the interplay of science & religion - including scientific debates taking place in the Muslim world.

  • Jesus Creed

    Scot McKnight is a widely recognized authority on the New Testament, early Christianity, and the historical Jesus. He is the author of thirty books, including the award winning “The Jesus Creed: Loving God”.

  • Science and Religion Today

    Edited by science and religion scholar Karl Giberson, Science and Religion Today is a collection of blogs and articles concerned with the hot-button issues present in contemporary science and religion.

  • Tentative Apologist

    Randal Rauser, an associate professor of historical theology at Taylor Seminary, pens a personal blog he describes as an exploration of faith, knowledge, reason and doubt (with the occasional trite pop culture reference thrown in for good measure).

  • Through a Glass Darkly

    The personal blog of David Opderbeck features a variety of compelling issues including (but not limited to) theology, law, early Christianity, and science and religion.