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Science and the Sacred

Science and the Sacred

January 1970 Archives

One Hundred and Fifty Years…and Counting

posted by Darrel Falk

Every Monday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from one of The BioLogos Foundation’s co-presidents: Karl Giberson and Darrel Falk. Today’s entry was written by Darrel Falk. This past Tuesday marked the 150th anniversary of the publication of Origin […]

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Mesopotamian Myths and “Genre Calibration”

Every Friday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from a guest voice in the science and religion dialogue. This week’s guest entry was written by Peter Enns. Enns is an evangelical Christian scholar and author of several books and […]

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Thanksgiving

“Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song.” Psalm 95:2 “The God of the Bible is also the God of the genome. He can be worshipped in the cathedral or in the laboratory. His […]

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Exploring the Truths of Scripture and the Truths of Nature

Two week agos, Darrel Falk discussed the sense of community and fellowship he felt at our November workshop “In Search of a Theology of Celebration”, in which pastors, theologians, scientists, and other scholars gathered to discuss the important issues surrounding […]

Evangelicals, Creation, and Scripture: An Overview

In the first posted white paper from our November workshop “In Search of a Theology of Celebration”, theologian Bruce Waltke presents eleven barriers for accepting creation through evolutionary means, as identified by evangelicals. Now in the second of the seven […]

With God All Things Are Possible

posted by kgiberson

Every Monday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from one of The BioLogos Foundation’s co-presidents: Karl Giberson and Darrel Falk. Today’s entry was written by Karl Giberson. “Christianity,” wrote someone who likes to comment under the cover of an […]

Science and the Law

Every Friday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from a guest voice in the science and religion dialogue. This week’s guest entry was written by David Opderbeck. Opderbeck is a professor of law at Seton Hall University School of […]

On Ray Comfort’s “On the Origin of Species”

Though originally scheduled to take place today, volunteers gathered yesterday on college campuses across the United States to distribute free copies of Darwin’s seminal work On the Origin of Species. The volumes included one extra item not found in the […]

Songs and Speciation

(Image courtesy of Wired.com) How many times have you heard someone ask the question: “Have scientists ever actually observed the formation of a new species?” Our standard answer is that speciation is an event that occurs over thousands of years, […]

Barriers to Accepting Creation by an Evolutionary Process

In yesterday’s post, Darrel Falk discussed BioLogos’ November gathering “In Search of Theology of Celebration” and mentioned briefly the white papers that formed the basis for the three-day event’s discussion of issues — like the history of evangelicalism’s conflict between […]

On Coming to Peace in the Family of God

posted by Darrel Falk

Every Monday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from one of The BioLogos Foundation’s co-presidents: Karl Giberson and Darrel Falk. Today’s entry was written by Darrel Falk. In my last posting I wrote that my greatest joy is being […]

An Incarnational Model

Every Friday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from a guest voice in the science and religion dialogue. This week’s guest entry was written by Peter Enns. Enns is an evangelical Christian scholar and author of several books and […]

More Than a Question of Numbers

Imagine your neighbor told you that the moon, rather than being 240,000 miles, was merely a quarter mile — a handful of city blocks — away from the earth. Or imagine attending an event with 10,000,000 other people, only to […]

Real Science. Real Faith.

Real Science. Real Faith. – Click here for more amazing videos Does science lead to a loss of faith in God or can a real scientist have real faith? The above video looks at the examples of several renowned scientists […]

Friends or Foes?

A new report from the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life takes a look at what it calls the seemingly “paradoxical” relationship between science and religion. According to the report, many surveys show that Americans respect science […]

Tiny Tails Wagging Gigantic Dogs

posted by kgiberson

Every Monday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from one of The BioLogos Foundation’s co-presidents: Karl Giberson and Darrel Falk. Today’s entry was written by Karl Giberson. In my last blog post I addressed some questions of logic that […]

Science and an Incarnational Approach to the Bible

Every Friday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from a guest voice in the science and religion dialogue. This week’s guest entry was written by Peter Enns. Enns is an evangelical Christian scholar and author of several books and […]

Sense, Reason and Intellect

When I consider your heavens,        the work of your fingers,        the moon and the stars,        which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful of him,        the son of man that you […]

One Body

“God does not call us to a life of studying science — he calls us to a life of following in Christ’s footsteps. Hence we must be patient with each other to follow truth as we see it in Scripture. […]

Some Cold Weather Reading

For some of us, the shortening daylight hours and colder weather means more time to curl up with a good book in the evenings. For those looking for new books to read during the fall and winter months, BioLogos offers […]

On Feeling at Home in the Family

posted by Darrel Falk

Every Monday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from one of The BioLogos Foundation’s co-presidents: Karl Giberson and Darrel Falk. Today’s entry was written by Darrel Falk. The greatest joy of my life is being with family. This is […]

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We're Moving
Science & the Sacred is moving to our new home on The BioLogos Foundation's Web site. Be sure to visit and bookmark our new location to stay up to date with the latest blogs from Karl Giberson, Darrel Falk, Pete Enns, and our various guests ...

posted 8:00:00am Dec. 11, 2009 | read full post »

Shiny Scales, Silvery Skins, and Evolution
  Source: Physorg.comIridescence -- a key component of certain makeup, paints, coatings of mirrors and lenses -- is also an important feature in the natural world. Both fish and spiders make use of periodic photonic systems, which scatter ...

posted 8:00:00am Dec. 09, 2009 | read full post »

A Stellar Advent Calendar
Looking for a unique way to mark the days of the Advent season? The Web site Boston.com offers an Advent calendar composed of images from the Hubble Telescope, both old and new. Each day, from now until the celebration of the Nativity of Christ, ...

posted 8:00:00am Dec. 09, 2009 | read full post »

Belief, Guidance, and Evolution
Recently BioLogos' Karl Giberson was interviewed by Marcio Campos for the Brazilian newspaper Gazeta do Povo's Tubo De Ensaio (i.e. "Test tube") section. What follows is a translated transcript of that interview, which we will be posting in ...

posted 8:00:00am Dec. 08, 2009 | read full post »

Let's Come at this From a Different Angle
Every Friday, "Science and the Sacred" features an essay from a guest voice in the science and religion dialogue. This week's guest entry was written by Peter Enns. Enns is an evangelical Christian scholar and author of several books and ...

posted 8:00:00am Dec. 04, 2009 | read full post »

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