CARING FOR GOD’S CREATION

A Liturgy of Land and Call to Creation Connection

Forest ecologist Rick Lindroth encourages us to deepen and enrich our connection to nature so it becomes more than just a duty but an outpouring of an inner transformation.

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Must we choose between faith and science?

Recently a line has been drawn between faith and science. But must we choose either one or the other in order to find answers to our deeply held questions? Together, faith and science can paint a more complete picture of all that God has made. Explore more Insights

 

Must we choose between faith and science?

Recently a line has been drawn between faith and science. But must we choose either one or the other in order to find answers to our deeply held questions? Together, faith and science can paint a more complete picture of all that God has made. Explore more Insights

We allow ourselves to fully contemplate the woundedness of the planet and we reach into the Christian practice of lament as a way to find hope in the midst of the suffering we see around us.
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Dinosaurs are extinct, or are they? A paleontologist reflects on seeing signs of ancient prehistoric creatures while hiking.
Mitochondria are so much more than powerhouses. While we inherit Mitochondrial DNA primarily from Mom, that doesn't mean Dad's contribution is any less important.
We explore some of the wounds to the planet that often go unseen and we realize that the path to hope begins with the acknowledgement that the wounds are deep and troubling. 
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Jim Stump 
Is Jurassic World just fiction, or is it a cautionary tale for our own use of technology, practice of dominion and issues of tribalism?
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Jeff Hardin's work as a scientist, exploring the intricate details of life’s origin, has only enriched his wonder toward the God who created it all, an awe which feeds back into his teaching and research.
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Dr. Sandra Richter shares that creation care is a matter of sanctification and holiness in this excerpt from the BioLogos Faith & Science 2022 conference.
For Dr. Terri Laws the Gospel cannot be decontextualized from our society and the lives that we live. It has very practical implications that compel us to care for others and love our neighbors well, especially the marginalized.

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A Faith & Science Curriculum

Introducing BioLogos Integrate

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Bring Christ-centered faith, rigorous science, and gracious dialogue to your students with Integrate. Explore theological and ethical questions raised by modern science, while cultivating virtues such as humility, wisdom, and wonder.

Designed for classroom teachers and home educators, Integrate unit studies can be used alongside any science curriculum or on their own.

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Tim Keller

Many people today, both secular and Christian, want us to believe that science and religion cannot live together. Not only is this untrue, but we believe that a thoughtful dialogue between science and faith is essential for engaging the hearts and minds of individuals today. BioLogos provides an important first step towards that end.

Tim Keller, Pastor & Author

Because of our faith in Jesus Christ, let us love our neighbors by getting the shot and wearing masks in public places, and encouraging others to do the same. Let us follow Christ by speaking the truth and countering misinformation.
Deb highlights why Christians should feel confident receiving a COVID vaccine on behalf of themselves and the rest of their community.
We seek to help Christians make wise decisions that are both true to our faith and based on accurate science. As you seek to learn more and make an informed decision, here’s why we think vaccination is a safe, ethical, and wise choice.
Jim Stump 
Is the COVID-19 vaccine a rare or extraordinary event that points to the reality of the Kingdom of God?
It is important to think about the vaccine from a specifically Christian perspective because a sizable number of believers have indicated they are suspicious of the vaccine.
Jim Stump 
Curtis Chang and David French talk about the rise of vaccine refusal, the spiritual problem which causes it, and how to broach these tricky territories with friends and family.
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If you are not familiar with all the different strands of Christianity, this may seem like a strange question to you.
Tim Keller joins Francis Collins in a conversation that includes updates on the latest COVID-19 research and much more.
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The vaccine is the key to our global recovery from the pandemic. But currently there exists a sizable number of Christians who have indicated they are suspicious of the vaccine.
Kendra looks back on the past year and the conversations she's been having and appreciating in helping to end the pandemic.
Curtis Chang gets the chance to ask NIH Director Francis Collins some questions in a "rapid-fire" type format.

The mission of BioLogos

Are science and religion at war? Many people today believe they are in conflict. BioLogos exists to show that you don’t have to choose between modern science and biblical faith. Watch the video to learn more …

 

The mission of BioLogos

Are science and religion at war? Many people today believe they are in conflict. BioLogos exists to show that you don’t have to choose between modern science and biblical faith. Watch the video to learn more …

We allow ourselves to fully contemplate the woundedness of the planet and we reach into the Christian practice of lament as a way to find hope in the midst of the suffering we see around us.
Listen now
We explore some of the wounds to the planet that often go unseen and we realize that the path to hope begins with the acknowledgement that the wounds are deep and troubling. 
Listen now
Jim Stump 
Jeff Hardin's work as a scientist, exploring the intricate details of life’s origin, has only enriched his wonder toward the God who created it all, an awe which feeds back into his teaching and research.
Listen now
Jim Stump 
Historian and educator Susan Wise Bauer talks about the state of alternative education today and reflects on the reciprocal relationship between devout theistic faith and careful science.
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Jim Stump 
Jennings helps us to look back into history at a time when colonialist settlers came into contact with new land and new people and found in their theology a justification to bring order to the world they found.
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How should Christians respond to the bleak picture that is sometimes painted of the world?
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Jim Stump 
Loren Haarsma lays out four different approaches in his book, When Did Sin Begin? and talks with us in the episode about the approaches
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Jim Stump 
Phil Vischer and Francis Collins sit down to talk about science and faith and the new BioLogos Integrate curriculum.
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Evolutionary creationists believe that God created humans in his image, and that God created humans using natural processes that scientists describe as evolution. How can these beliefs work together?
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The Bible was written to speak to us in our modern context, but who was the original audience and what does it mean for us today?
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Many arguments claiming to prove the existence of God have been proposed throughout the centuries. The response to many of these arguments, however, is: “If God created the world, what created God?”
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Could intelligent life be living on other planets? Deb addresses challenging questions that touch the core of our faith, but we need not be discouraged. There are multiple faithful options which take scripture, theology, and science seriously.
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This article summarizes multiple independent lines of evidence that evolution is the best scientific description of the process by which life has diversified.
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To insist that the description of the sky in Genesis 1 must conform to contemporary science is a theological problem. It is important to remember that God speaks in ways that people can understand.
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We seek to help Christians make wise decisions that are both true to our faith and based on accurate science. As you seek to learn more and make an informed decision, here’s why we think vaccination is a safe, ethical, and wise choice.
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Many people today have great difficulty understanding how the Bible could be God's Word. Here's how to respond to some of the most common objections.
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If you are not familiar with all the different strands of Christianity, this may seem like a strange question to you.

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Many secular and evangelical voices agree that if you are an orthodox Christian with a high view of the authority of the Bible, you cannot believe in evolution. But is this true? Depends what you mean by "evolution."
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A clip from N.T. Wright’s talk, "Christ and Creation: Exploring the Paradox," which opened the 2017 BioLogos conference.
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Christians who embrace a biblical understanding of creation may see the hand of God in the deep time of the cosmos and the complex processes of biological evolution.
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Collins sat down with us at his home to talk about his own journey in finding a harmony between faith and science and he shares stories of some of the people in his life who were influential in his conversion from atheism to Christianity.
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A closer look at the different uses of numbers in ancient Near Eastern literature can shed light on our understanding of the life spans of the Hebrew patriarchs.
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Ted Davis 
Modern theologians who have denied the Resurrection have often done so because of a post-Enlightenment bias against the possibility of miracles.
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If, as Jesus claims, the goal of our existence is relationship with him, finding him in our suffering is the point.
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The divergences between the creation accounts in Genesis 1 and 2 suggest that these texts are not teaching science; for then we would need to ask which account is scientifically true.

Insights on Faith & Science

At some point, many people started believing that the Bible and science are in conflict, that believing in one meant that you couldn’t accept the other. We think there’s a better way. A way where science and Christian faith can work together, hand in hand.

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  • God's Word, God's World

    Recently a line has been drawn between faith and science. But must we choose either one or the other?

  • Evolution & God

    There is an abundant variety of life on earth, but how did it come about? Some say it is evolution and others say that is was by divine decree. What if both are true?

  • For Us, Not To Us

    The Bible was written to speak to us in our modern context, but who was the original audience and what does it mean for us today?

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