Faith and Science: A Dialogue

Published on January 16, 2016

During 2011-2013, a Grand Rapids, MI church featured several special events which included talks such as “Do You Understand What You’re Reading? Interpreting Genesis 1-11” and “Evolution and One Christian Biologist.” This program was one of many which were part of the “Scientists in Congregations” grant program.


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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.

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