As we continue to study the fossil record, we find a correlation between the age of rock layers and the types of organisms we expect to find.  There is a clear pattern of change in organisms throughout the fossil record – a progression that starts with simple, basic organisms and slowly evolves towards the complex…

Source: National Science Foundation Every Monday, “Science and the Sacred” features an essay from one of The BioLogos Foundation’s leaders: Francis Collins, Karl Giberson and Darrel Falk. Today’s entry was written by Darrel Falk. I am a fan of the blog “Jesus Creed.” Recently it published an interesting post about the transition from fins to…

While this year marks the 400th anniversary of telescope astronomy, humanity has been drawn to gaze upon the vast expanses of the heavens long before we could see to the farthest reaches of our galaxy. For the writer of the Psalms, the wonder of the sprawling skies was humbling When I consider your heavens,       …

Source: Hubble Heriage Team/AURA/STScl/NASA and The Hand of God When we refer to the vastness of the cosmos, exactly how large of a space are we describing? The picture above shows the galaxy NGC 4214, located about 13 million light years from Earth. Currently, the farthest observed galaxy is A1689-zD1, located almost 13 billion light…

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