BioLogos has been at the forefront of presenting evolutionary creation as a faithful response to the Bible and the created order. We often hear moving stories of people in our community who have been influenced in some way by our ministry. They share how they came to peace with science or came back to God or came to know him for the first time. Here we invite you to browse the stories of real people from all walks of life.
Each of us has been influenced in our understanding of science and the Bible by a key relationship, book, or idea, or likely a combination of them. What was it for you? Consider sharing your own story, either on our Forum or by emailing us at email@example.com.
How Francis Collins and BioLogos Changed My Life
BioLogos transformed my understanding of science and God. It made a big difference in my life, as I have learned to appreciate both science and theology for the knowledge they offer.
Breaking God Out of the Box: My Story
JD Croft shares how he came to terms with evolution and discusses the importance of spiritual openness and humility in navigating science and faith issues.
Coming to Peace with Evolution: My Story
Lyndsay believed her faith required that she reject evolution, but she found the evidence to be compelling. This led to a serious inner conflict.
Shattering Expectations: From Amish to Evolutionary Creationist
We love God with our minds when we ask the difficult and uncomfortable questions and when we are willing to hold our views with humility.
How Science Shook My Faith
Aspiring evolutionary biologist Connor Mooneyhan shares how he learned that he doesn't have to choose between science and Christianity and how this helped him to recover his faith in God.
How Science Led Me to A Deeper Faith
We as Christians cannot claim that the world belongs to God and at the same time distrust the systematic study of it.
Believing Scientists Respond: How Does Your Faith Connect to Your Scientific Work?
These scientists investigate the world in the light of their Christian faith.
Believing Scientists Respond: Why Are You a Christian?
For these scientists, only Christian faith can truly make sense of the world.
With Gentleness and Reverence: My Journey Out of Young-Earth Creationism
Clay Carlson shares the story of how he came to recognize the work of God in science.
Spirit and Science: My Story of Reconciling Pentecostalism with Evolution
My Pentecostal upbringing and my scientific training have both helped me see the world through a broader lens—although it wasn’t always that way.
Defending and Discovering the Creator God
Anna Korver shares how her work as a scientist serves to magnify the name of the God who faithfully sustains his creation and who graciously enables us to study his work.
Finding Harmony Between Evangelical Faith and Evolutionary Science
Daniel Price shares the story of how he came to reconcile the theory of biological evolution with this Christian faith.
My Encounter with Evolution
My eventual acceptance of evolution came from recognizing that there was no inherent conflict between science and theology.
Serving God in the Struggle against Cancer: An Interview with Larry Kwak
An interview with Cancer Researcher Larry Kwak on how his faith in Christ inspires his scientific work.
The Personal Journey Of A Faith-Filled Scientist
My college pastor once asked me, “What does Christ have to do with chemistry?” He was challenging me to see how my faith might inform my intention to pursue a Ph.D. in chemistry, and also how my understanding of chemistry might enrich my faith.
Meet Jimmy Lin, “Medical and Scientific Doxologist”
An interview with Biomedical researcher Jimmy Lin on his research and on what it means to be a scientific doxologist.
Genes, Cells, and the Changing Face of Technology
God gave us minds, a passion for understanding how things work, and then he put in this world all these fascinating processes, with which, if we figured them out, we could do good things.
Scientists Tell Their Stories: Owen Gingerich
Dr. Owen Gingerich is professor emeritus of astronomy and history of science at Harvard University.
Entering into the Questions
Melissa Kuipers discusses the value of the deep and challenging questions young people in the church ask.
It Takes Faith & Science to Tango
What if conversations with our students were framed with the idea that faith and science are different angles of the same unfolding reality?
When Science and Faith Clash: My Story of Losing and Recovering Faith
I loved learning about the natural world and was insanely curious—and the more I learned, the more an uneasiness grew inside of me.
Science, Christianity, and Homeschooling
Resilient learners and a robust faith can handle challenges. But the faith of this student was different—strong, but brittle; it did not have the resilience that comes through testing.
Understanding Genesis and Science: Why educators should give students the freedom to question
What students truly desire, when it comes to God and science, is the freedom to acquire new knowledge and ask tough questions.