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God’s Word. God’s World.

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?

 
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Science and Faith. Working Hand in Hand.

BioLogos explores God’s Word and God’s World to inspire authentic faith for today.

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Seven Wonders of the Microcosmos

From dancing molecules to zooming microbes, all of creation declares the glory of God, even the more weird than wonderful.

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Diving Deep Into Science and Religion | Live from the UK

Nick Spencer and Bethany Sollereder help us to move into the deep end of the science and religion conversation.

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"Black Darwin": Joseph L. Graves' Call to Justice

Dr. Joseph Graves has dedicated his life and career as an evolutionary biologist to advancing justice. Justice may be our only hope for survival as a species.

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Deb Haarsma | James Webb Space Telescope

Deb Haarsma visits the studio to talk to Jim about the James Webb Space Telescope and some of the first images that it has sent back to earth.

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Denis Alexander | God’s Good Created Order

Denis Alexander tells of his scientific career and his faith upbringing, which brings to light some differences in the relationship between science and religion in the United Kingdom and the United States.

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Three Tips from a Pastor to Care for Those Deconstructing

What do you say to someone who has suffered so much and has good reasons to leave the faith? Is this really the time to use apologetics? Or is there a better approach?

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What the Webb Telescope Images Didn’t Capture

The still frame images from the Webb Telescope give the impression that the universe is a static, calm place. But nothing could be further from the truth.

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Simon Conway Morris | Complete Imponderables

Simon Conway Morris talks about six myths of evolution.

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Jane Goodall & Francis Collins | Being Human

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Jane Goodall joins Francis Collins and our host Jim to talk about her life’s work, the importance of hope in conservation, and the spiritual side of human existence.

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Podcast Episode

Diving Deep Into Science and Religion | Live from the UK

Nick Spencer and Bethany Sollereder help us to move into the deep end of the science and religion conversation.

Listen now

Podcast Episode

Deb Haarsma | James Webb Space Telescope

Deb Haarsma visits the studio to talk to Jim about the James Webb Space Telescope and some of the first images that it has sent back to earth.

Listen now

Podcast Episode

Denis Alexander | God’s Good Created Order

Denis Alexander tells of his scientific career and his faith upbringing, which brings to light some differences in the relationship between science and religion in the United Kingdom and the United States.

Listen now

Podcast Episode

Simon Conway Morris | Complete Imponderables

Simon Conway Morris talks about six myths of evolution.

Listen now

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J. Todd Billings | Good Servant, Tyrannical Master

Todd Billings shares his depth of thought on healing, medicine and chronic disease, which is informed by his own experiences with cancer.

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Creation Groans | Hope on the Other Side

In this episode we explore what exactly hope is, how it relates to optimism, and how, when we find hope, we might also find repentance, forgiveness, joy, and love.

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Creation Groans | Into the Darkness

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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Creation Groans | World of Wounds

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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A Faith & Science Curriculum

Introducing Integrate

BioLogos Integrate is a faith & science curriculum designed for home educators and teachers at private Christian schools (grades 6–12) or Christian public school families at home.

Bring Christ-centered faith, rigorous science, and gracious dialogue to your students with Integrate!

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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 …

 
Deb Haarsma speaks at the BioLogos Faith & Science Conference
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Deb Haarsma: Faith and Science in Polarized Times

Watch Deb Haarsma's full talk "Faith and Science in Polarized Times," from the BioLogos Faith & Science 2022 conference. She offers advice on navigating difficult conversations, drawing on her own personal story.


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
Tim Keller, Pastor & Author