BioLogos Story in Slate

| By on The President's Notebook

In case you missed it over the holidays, on December 30, Slate ran an in-depth article featuring a story familiar to us at BioLogos:

How an Evangelical Creationist Accepted Evolution: Young people are reconciling faith and science 

This story (which was briefly the headline article for Slate) features an exciting voice of the millennial generation, our own Managing Editor Brad Kramer. Although the Slate piece doesn’t always use the terminology we would (the BioLogos view of Scripture is not “literalist”), it exposes a wide audience to the BioLogos perspective: you don’t have to choose between the best science and faithful Christianity.

This is another example of BioLogos voices in the public square, continuing a series of stories over the last year or two in publications like National Geographic, Fox News, Inside Higher Ed, Forbes, the Washington Post, and the journal Nature.

I also encourage you to check out Brad’s blog at The Evolving Evangelical for his fresh insights on the state of the conversation today, personal stories of others wrestling with evolution and Christian faith, and handy tours of the best of our website. Stay tuned to his blog for a conversation with Slate columnist Rachel Gross (the writer of his profile), a fellow millennial who is watching the landscape from a secular perspective.

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Citations

MLA

Haarsma, Deborah. "BioLogos Story in Slate"
https://biologos.org/. N.p., 14 Jan. 2016. Web. 22 November 2017.

APA

Haarsma, D. (2016, January 14). BioLogos Story in Slate
Retrieved November 22, 2017, from /blogs/deborah-haarsma-the-presidents-notebook/biologos-story-in-slate

About the Author

Deborah Haarsma

Deborah Haarsma serves as the President of BioLogos, a position she has held since January 2013. Previously, she served as professor and chair in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Gifted in interpreting complex scientific topics for lay audiences, Dr. Haarsma often speaks to churches, colleges, and schools about the relationships between science and Christian faith. She is author (along with her husband Loren Haarsma) of Origins: Christian Perspectives on Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design (2011, 2007), a book presenting the agreements and disagreements of Christians regarding the history of life and the universe. Haarsma is an experienced research scientist, with several publications in the Astrophysical Journal and the Astronomical Journal on extragalactic astronomy and cosmology.

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