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 stories@biologos.org.

Stories from Students

Stories from Scientists

Stories from Ministry Leaders

  • It Takes Faith & Science to Tango

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    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? Read More >

  • Breaking Away from a False Dilemma

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    Breaking Away from a False Dilemma

    My hope is not that we all come to the same scientific or theological understanding of evolution but that we can move away from the false dilemmas forced by a rigid mode of biblical i... Read More >

  • A Breath of Rejuvenating Air

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    A Breath of Rejuvenating Air

        With one exception, none of our churches seemed to highly value the role of the pastor as scholar. Let me clarify: my churches wanted their pastor to be intelligent.... Read More >

  • Creation: Of God, Through God, and To God

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    Creation: Of God, Through God, and To God

    At a 2015 BioLogos gathering, Claude Alexander shared some of his reflections on the ways that the science conversation plays out in the African American church.  Read More >

Stories from Scholars

Stories from Parents and Educators

Greg Cootsona, Lecturer in Religious Studies and Humanities at California State University at Chico

BioLogos represents a leading voice for integrating "mere Christianity" with mainstream science. Having taught science and faith in congregational and academic settings over the past two decades, I continually look to BioLogos for the most effective ways to engage a biblically-informed, Christ-centered faith with the rigors and discoveries of science, all as a way of appreciating this beautiful creation and an even more glorious Creator.

- Greg Cootsona, Lecturer in Religious Studies and Humanities at California State University at Chico
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