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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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Deb Haarsma: Snowflakes, Symmetry, and the Glory of God

Deb Haarsma reflects on the redeeming qualities of snow, finding God's glory in the symmetry, beauty of snowflakes and the random process that makes them.

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Katey Walter Anthony | Science, Faith & Thermokarst Lakes

Alongside Katey Walter Anthony's exciting story of her scientific journey is a story about how she has come to understand God’s place in it all.

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Preaching the Gospel with Science and Technology

Jesus engaged the science and technology of his day, preaching seeds to farmers and sheep to shepherds. How can we do the same in our modern world?

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Keeping the Faith: A Healthcare Worker’s Story of Burnout

An ER nurse shares how her faith in God and support from her church community helps her get through burnout.

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Charles Foster | Inhabit the World

Charles Foster tells the story of a journey from a curious, wandering child and the constant pull toward conformity and indifference to the wonders of the world around us. In his attempt to understand what it's like to be other than himself, he better understands the creator of all things.

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What Disability Theology Can Teach Science and the Church Part 2

Devan Stahl and Leonard Curry consider how the early Church viewed disability, how theology enriches bioethics, and provide helpful tips on combating ableism.

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What Disability Theology Can Teach Science and the Church Part 1

Devan Stahl and Leonard Curry discuss the growing field of disability theology, consider how theology enriches the field of medicine and bioethics, and make the case that theology can help us learn what it means to live and flourish with disability.

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Walking with Andy Gosler | Wolfson Meadow

We talk with an ethno-ornithologist about the importance of knowing the names of the living creatures around us as we walk through an ancient hay meadow

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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

Katey Walter Anthony | Science, Faith & Thermokarst Lakes

Alongside Katey Walter Anthony's exciting story of her scientific journey is a story about how she has come to understand God’s place in it all.

Listen now

Podcast Episode

Charles Foster | Inhabit the World

Charles Foster tells the story of a journey from a curious, wandering child and the constant pull toward conformity and indifference to the wonders of the world around us. In his attempt to understand what it's like to be other than himself, he better understands the creator of all things.

Listen now

Podcast Episode

Walking with Andy Gosler | Wolfson Meadow

We talk with an ethno-ornithologist about the importance of knowing the names of the living creatures around us as we walk through an ancient hay meadow

Listen now

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Lizzie Henderson | Different Kinds of I Don’t Know

A discussion about the ways we can encourage questions and creativity so that children can grow up with the tools to explore hard concepts in science and faith.

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Walking with Stan Rosenberg | Parks Road, Oxford

We take a walk with historian Stan Rosenberg and talk about the often blurry lines between the sacred and the secular.

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Ard Louis | Symmetry, Function & Predictability

Ard Louis discusses why symmetry and function show up more than one might predict in a purely random process.

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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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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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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

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