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Every Single Cognitive Bias in One Infographic

Every Single Cognitive Bias in One Infographic

We’ve written posts on our blog about cognitive biases — short cuts our brains take to be more efficient — but did you know scientists have documented just short of 200 different biases? You can take a look at them in this amazing graphic, or dive deeper by reading about them on wikipedia.

Books

The Lost World of Adam and Eve

The Lost World of Adam and Eve

Wheaton Professor John Walton’s The Lost World of Adam and Eve considers how reading Genesis 2 and 3 with consideration to the culture in which it was written can inform our understanding not only of the scriptural text itself but also how we interact with scientific knowledge about the origins of humans.

The Geneological Adam and Eve

The Geneological Adam and Eve

In his 2019 book, Joshua Swamidass offers a potential path to bring together both the findings of evolutionary science which point to humans arising as a population and a literal understanding of Adam and Eve as a biological couple specially created by God.

COVID-19 Resources

Making Progress Post-Pandemic

Making Progress Post-Pandemic

“Trouble is opportunity.” I don’t think Sir John Marks Templeton was the first to coin that phrase, but I heard it a lot during my decade working for his foundation. It was one of his investment...

Shepherding to Herd Immunity

Shepherding to Herd Immunity

For pastors, this really is the moment for us to protect our flock from the thieves and wolves that would steal the very health of our congregation and our individual members. It’s our moment to take on the role as shepherds of our flocks.

Podcasts

How are Humans Unique: An Introduction to the Conversation

How are Humans Unique: An Introduction to the Conversation

While Christian theologians generally believe we are uniquely made in the image of God, few agree on the details of what it is that makes humans unique. The topic is rich and complex, requiring us to consider Scripture, theology and science. In an attempt to do this complexity justice, BioLogos has produced six podcast episodes on the imago Dei which at least provide a good opening to the conversation.

The Lost World of Adam and Eve

The Lost World of Adam and Eve

Wheaton Professor John Walton’s The Lost World of Adam and Eve considers how reading Genesis 2 and 3 with consideration to the culture in which it was written can inform our understanding not only of the scriptural text itself but also how we interact with scientific knowledge about the origins of humans.

Race & Science

Q & A with Theologian of Science, Edgardo Rosado

Q & A with Theologian of Science, Edgardo Rosado

It’s been one of the serendipities of the past year to have met the Rev. Dr. Edgardo Rosado, pastor, scholar, community leader, and (from what we’ve heard) a rockin’ electric bass player. Rev. Dr. Rosado provides us with fresh insights on connecting faith and science for Hispanic Christians.

Sylvester James Gates

Sylvester James Gates

Sylvester James Gates is not only the first African-American to hold an endowed chair of physics at a major American research university, but also a positive voice for faith and science.

Humans and Race

Humans and Race

Race continues to be an issue for American culture and the church. This 3-minute video, developed for use in religous settings, introduces some of the relevant science and can complement the work we are doing in the church to increase understanding about race and racism.

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Homeschool Resources from BioLogos

Homeschool Resources from BioLogos

If you’ve ever shopped for homeschool curricula, you know what a challenge it is to find the right fit for your family – and science is a subject that can be especially challenging. The good news is that BioLogos has some resources to help you in your choice.

Messy Church Does Science

Messy Church Does Science

Messy Church seeks to create a relaxed, ‘messy’ time to explore a biblical theme through creative activities – and one of their recent initiatives is around science.

Ciencia, Fe y Esperanza

Ciencia, Fe y Esperanza

The Ciencia, Fe y Esperanza (i.e., Science, Faith, and Hope) project addresses the disconnection between faith and science in the Latinx community with the intent of creating a safe space for dialogue, providing education, and encouraging young people to see STEM careers as vocational callings.