Kathryn Applegate

Kathryn Applegate

BioLogos

Kathryn Applegate is Resources Editor at BioLogos, where she writes, speaks, and works with scholars to develop new resources for the website. From 2010-2016 she served as Program Director, during which time she managed the BioLogos Evolution & Christian Faith grants program (2012-2015). Kathryn co-edited (with Jim Stump) How I Changed My Mind About Evolution (InterVarsity Press, 2016). She received her Ph.D. in computational cell biology from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in La Jolla, California. At Scripps she developed computer vision algorithms to measure the remodeling activity of the cell’s internal scaffold, the cytoskeleton. Kathryn enjoys an active involvement in both the science and faith community and in her church. She and her husband Brent have two young children and love exploring the state parks of Michigan.

Topics include:

  • Spectrum of beliefs on origins
  • Introduction to BioLogos
  • Randomness
  • Methodological naturalism
  • Practice of science

 

  • God’s Providence in Texas

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    God’s Providence in Texas | Kathryn Applegate

    Most of the time, God works through mundane, ordinary, natural-looking events. You can’t pinpoint his activity in a single moment, but the whole speaks to us of his presence. Read More >

    Basics
  • C.S. Lewis on Science, Evolution, and Evolutionism

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    C.S. Lewis on Science, Evolution, and Evolutionism | Kathryn Applegate

    Lewis's writings encourage us to face the findings of science with courage and, just as importantly, recognize when a materialistic worldview is masquerading as science.  As... Read More >

    Going Deeper
  • Wonders of the Cell

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    Blog Post
    Wonders of the Cell | Kathryn Applegate

        Rather than the image of God as engineer or software designer, I prefer the image of God as slow and steady artist, weaving a tapestry of great beauty in all creatur... Read More >

    Going Deeper
  • Looking Back Upon Moving In

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    Looking Back Upon Moving In | Kathryn Applegate

    Whatever your view on origins and evolution, I hope you feel welcome here--our house is your house!     Read More >

    Basics