Thinking About Divine Action: An Attempt to Dissolve the Problem

The problem of divine action considers how God interacts with the world. I’m not talking about miraculous interventions like the resurrection of Jesus, but the providence with which God governs and directs the normal course of things for which there are increasingly complete scientific explanations. For example, how do we understand God’s role in creating human beings through an evolutionary process? This is a difficult question, but I’ll suggest we exacerbate it when we confuse scientific explanations with personal explanations.

Jim Stump | BioLogos 

Richard Mouw, Professor of Christian Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary

We are living in a time when the big questions about faith and science can be both fascinating and challenging. Biologos provides us with a "safe space" to explore the complexities in the confidence that all truth--including that which comes from the serious study of "the book of nature"-- is God's truth.

- Richard Mouw, Professor of Christian Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary