The BioLogos Voices speakers bureau includes some of the top scientists and scholars in the BioLogos community. With expertise spanning theology, biblical studies, genetics, geology, astronomy, history, philosophy, education, and more, the Voices personify the BioLogos mission of presenting harmony between science and faith. They are also passionate about sharing their stories and expertise with others. 

The profiles below detail each member's qualifications and area of expertise. If you would like to request a member of the BioLogos Voices to speak at an event near you, please fill out this Speaker Request form and we will contact you. Or browse our Event listings to see if one of the Voices or another scholar in the BioLogos network is coming soon to your area. 

 

 

Life Sciences

  • Ryan Bebej

    Calvin College Grand Rapids, MI
    Ryan Bebej Calvin College Grand Rapids, MI

    Area of Focus: Evolution of marine mammals, evidence for evolution, macroevolution, paleontology and the fossil record, spectrum of positions on origins, compatibility of evolution and Christianity, Read More >

  • Sarah Bodbyl Roels

    Michigan State University Bath, MI
    Sarah Bodbyl Roels Michigan State University Bath, MI

    Area of Focus: Evolutionary biology, principles of evolution, philosophy of science, Reformed theology/theologians and science, history of science Read More >

  • Joel Duff

    University of Akron Akron, OH
    Joel Duff University of Akron Akron, OH

    Area of Focus: Age of the Earth; Scientific apologetics; Responding to creationist’ challenges; Methods of dating the earth; Physical and spiritual status of Neanderthals; Christian responses to e Read More >

  • Richard Lindroth

    University of Wisconsin Madison Madison, WI
    Richard Lindroth University of Wisconsin Madison Madison, WI

    Area of Focus: Science (and evolution) as a way of knowing, Environmental stewardship, Global climate change Read More >

  • April Maskiewicz Cordero

    Point Loma Nazarene University San Diego, CA
    April Maskiewicz Cordero Point Loma Nazarene University San Diego, CA

    Area of Focus: Evolution and Christian Faith, Ecological issues and our call to care for creation, Cultivating the Christian virtue of “being hospitable” Read More >

  • Jeff Schloss

    BioLogos and Westmont College Santa Barbara, CA
    Jeff Schloss BioLogos and Westmont College Santa Barbara, CA

    Area of Focus: Evolution and: providence/purpose, human uniqueness, natural evil, moral & religious cognition, love & altruism. design arguments, Adam & common descent Read More >

  • Craig Story

    Gordon College Ipswich, MA
    Craig Story Gordon College Ipswich, MA

    Area of Focus: Biology, discussing the big picture of life (Big Tree of Life), genetics, various evidences of shared ancestry, how species change over time, different mechanisms besides “natural s Read More >

  • Dennis Venema

    BioLogos and Trinity Western University Langley, BC, Canada
    Dennis Venema BioLogos and Trinity Western University Langley, BC, Canada

    Area of Focus: Nature of science, evidence for evolution, genetic evidence for evolution, population genetics, compatibility of science and evangelical Christianity Read More >

Physical Sciences

  • Gregg Davidson

    University of Mississippi Oxford, MS
    Gregg Davidson University of Mississippi Oxford, MS

    Area of Focus: Fossil record, age of the earth, radiometric dating, transitional forms, intelligent design, young earth arguments, historical Bible-science conflicts, sin and death, role and limits Read More >

  • Deborah Haarsma

    BioLogos Grand Rapids, MI
    Deborah Haarsma BioLogos Grand Rapids, MI

    Area of Focus: Astronomy and the Big Bang, Evolution - evidence and implications, Spectrum of views held by Christians and atheists on Genesis, creation, design, and evolution, Dialogue with those w Read More >

  • Ben McFarland

    Seattle Pacific University Seattle, WA
    Ben McFarland Seattle Pacific University Seattle, WA

    Area of Focus: The chemical story of evolution; Predictability, purpose, and convergence in evolution; Art, music, and language in faith and science Read More >

Interdisciplinary

  • Kathryn Applegate

    BioLogos Grand Rapids, MI
    Kathryn Applegate BioLogos Grand Rapids, MI

    Area of Focus: Randomness, methodological naturalism, practice of science, spectrum of beliefs on origins Read More >

  • Loren Haarsma

    Calvin College Grand Rapids, MI
    Loren Haarsma Calvin College Grand Rapids, MI

    Area of Focus: Human origins; original sin; cosmology; intelligent design; evolution of complexity; science as a Christian vocation; methods of science; science and scripture; interpretations of Gen Read More >

  • Se Kim

    AAAS - Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion Fairfax, VA
    Se Kim AAAS - Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion Fairfax, VA

    Area of Focus: Facilitating dialogue; Sharing Different worldviews; General science and religion; Science methodology; General biology Read More >

Bible & Theology

  • Tremper Longman III

    Westmont College Santa Barbara, CA
    Tremper Longman III Westmont College Santa Barbara, CA

    Area of Focus: The Bible and evolution, or cosmology, neuroscience and the Bible, all matters concerning Genesis and science, ancient Near Eastern background of the Bible. Read More >

  • J. Richard Middleton

    Northeastern Seminary (at Roberts Wesleyan College) Rochester, NY
    J. Richard Middleton Northeastern Seminary (at Roberts Wesleyan College) Rochester, NY

    Area of Focus: Cosmic creation in the Bible and science; Humanity as image of God and the evolution of Homo sapiens; The biblical basis for scientific endeavor and for taking evolution seriously; Th Read More >

  • John Walton

    Wheaton College Wheaton, IL
    John Walton Wheaton College Wheaton, IL

    Area of Focus: The claims made in Genesis; the role of the ancient Near East in interpretation; interpretation and the role of science Read More >

  • Amos Yong

    Fuller Theological Seminary Pasadena, CA
    Amos Yong Fuller Theological Seminary Pasadena, CA

    Area of Focus: Science in relationship to theology; the work of the Holy Spirit in a scientific world; science within pentecostal churches/communities Read More >

History & Philosophy

  • Ted Davis

    Messiah College Dillsburg, PA
    Ted Davis Messiah College Dillsburg, PA

    Area of Focus: Science and the Bible, history of Christianity and science, why Christianity is good for science Read More >

  • Tim O'Connor

    Indiana University Bloomington, IN
    Tim O'Connor Indiana University Bloomington, IN

    Area of Focus: Christian faith and philosophy, Christian faith and science, God and scientific explanation, science and the soul, evolution and religion or morality Read More >

  • Jim Stump

    BioLogos South Bend, IN
    Jim Stump BioLogos South Bend, IN

    Area of Focus: Compatibility of science and Bible; science and faith as ways of knowing; rationality of religious belief; philosophy Read More >