Religion and Science: Pathways to Truth

Participants are encouraged to “join a group of world experts as they consider how religion and science might coexist and even complement one another in the 21st century.” This audio course consists of 9 sessions with participation of various scholars such as Francis Collins, Philip Clayton, Keith Ward, Darrel Falk, Ted Peters and others. Session topics include: “Friends or Foes? The Story of a Complex Relationship”, “Creation and Evolution”, “What Does it Mean to be Human?”, “Genetic Science and the Frontiers of Ethics” and more. Printed leaders’ and participants’ guides are also available which contain opening prayers, discussion questions, related Scripture passages, and supplemental materials.

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Stephen Freeland, Astrobiologist and the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at UMBC

As a Christian and an evolutionary biologist, I support with enthusiasm the work of BioLogos as part of my personal commitment to nurture dialog (dia-Logos!) between science and the Christian faith. I identify most strongly with the organization’s eleventh article of belief (“What we believe”): We believe that conversations among Christians about controversial issues of science and faith can and must be conducted with humility, grace, honesty, and compassion as a visible sign of the Spirit’s presence in Christ’s body, the Church.

- Stephen Freeland, Astrobiologist and the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at UMBC