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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 in the science-religion dialogue. We’re inaugurating our new site with today’s guest feature by Gordon J. Glover: “Crabby Christians or Nebulous Data?”. We hope to see you there!

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