BioLogos invites the church and the world to see the harmony between science and biblical faith as they present an evolutionary understanding of God’s creation
How do we reconcile a good God with the gruesome competition we see all around in the natural world? We will attend to this question over the next few weeks. But today, before we take on natural evil and theodicy, an important reminder: We are created not only to compete and survive and pass on our genes. Biologists also tell us we are created to cooperate.
The search for life “out there,” whether or not we find it, can be relevant today. When we consider science and the meaning of life, we ask one of the great questions of any age.
Whether we find it or not, the possibility of life on other planets remains scientifically and theologically significant.