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BioLogos (union of the Greek terms bios, «life», and logos, «word») is a no-profit Foundation that invites the world to see the harmony between scientific research and Biblical teaching. Among the aims of the Foundation, is to present a credible synthesis between creation and evolution. BioLogos is also an Evangelical community, working to explore and celebrate the compatibility between “evolutionary creation” and biblical faith, guided by the truth that all things exist and tend to Christ.

The Foundation was established in November of 2007, thanks to the dedication of Francis S. Collins, Director of the Human Genome Project, and after the publication of his book “The language of God. A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief.” (2007)

Board of Directors

Board of Directors: Bishop Claude Alexander, Dwight Baker , Andrew Ginsberg, Jeff Hardin, Larry Langdon, Ard Louis, Richard Mouw, Praveen Sethupathy, Mark Vogelzang, Jennifer Wiseman.

Staff: Deborah Haarsma (President), Jeff Schloss (Senior Scholar), Kathryn Applegate (Resources Editor), David Buller (Program Manager), Nate Caminata (Communications Managaer), Nichole Cramer (Administrative Assistant), Morganna Downing (Events Planner), Brad Kramer (Managing Editor), Laura J Landmann (Director of Operations), Jim Stump (Senior Editor), Darrel Falk (Senior Advisor for Dialogue), Luke Theule (Senior Development Officer).

The BioLogos Foundation
2100 Raybrook SE
Suite 200
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546, USA
Phone: (616) 328-5208

Services and Resources

The section “Common Questions” contains a collection of material about basic and fundamental issues (Christianity and Science, Scientific Evidence, Biblical Interpretation, God’s Relationship to Creation, Human Origins.)

The website also offers an “Open forum” on many specific focuses.

We point out the presence of well done videos collected in “Resources”.

In the section “Grants” it is described the project “Evolution and Christian Faith” (ECF), a scholarship programme offered by the BioLogos Foundation to promote research works on the issue: “creation in an evolutionary context.”

From the “Home Page” it is possible to have access to the Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest profiles of the Foundation.

Religious Confession

Evangelical Christian.

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