Christians in the twenty-first century worship and proclaim God’s word in a science-saturated world marked with the discoveries of engineers, mathematicians, and other professional scientists. But how often do believers consider science in the context of worship and ministry in the church? How often do scientists in the church have the opportunity to share the delight of their work with fellow believers? This volume brings the world of science into conversation with the life of the church as scientists from various fields convey their delight and wonder at what science reveals about the intricacies of God’s rich creation. These thoughtful essays will enlighten and motivate congregations and church leaders to give still more praise to the great Creator God from whom all blessings—and all of creation’s wonder—flow.
Dear BioLogos reader ...
In the escalating vitriol in our culture, “science” and “faith” have found each other on opposite sides of a polarized divide. Truth and community are under attack.
If there is one thing the pandemic has shown us, it is what science can and cannot do. Scientists and doctors have done amazing things during the pandemic—identified the virus, treated the disease, and developed safe vaccines that work.
But in these polarized times, science can’t reduce anger, forgive sins, build mutual respect, or fill us with compassion for others.
Science alone can’t give us hope. Faith can. Join BioLogos today in reaching a world desperate for hope. Your tax-deductible donation will be the difference between someone encountering misinformation, or a thoughtful, truthful, and hopeful Christian perspective that shows faith and science working hand in hand.