The BioLogos Foundation
|Purpose||"BioLogos invites the church and the world to see the harmony between science and biblical faith as we present an evolutionary understanding of God's creation."|
|Headquarters||Grand Rapids, MI, United States|
BioLogos affirms evolutionary creation as a core commitment. At its 2019 conference held in Baltimore, Collins made the opening speech presenting his message that "The world needs to hear the synthesis of science and faith is possible."
The foundation has been led by the following presidents:
The BioLogos Foundation has drawn criticism from both creationists and atheists. In response to a Time Magazine article about the foundation, Jerry Coyne, a professor of biology at the University of Chicago and outspoken anti-theist, calls the foundation the "latest endeavor to forcibly marry science and faith" and "embarrassing in its single-minded fervor to prove that conservative Christianity and evolution are really good buddies."
BioLogos has also received praise and positive responses. Supporters of The BioLogos Foundation include Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker, who claims the foundation's goal of "helping fundamentalists evolve can only be good for civilization."
- BioLogos website background page
- "About BioLogos". BioLogos. 18 February 2019. Retrieved 28 April 2019.
- Kramer, Brad (30 November 2015). "5 Common Objections to Evolutionary Creationism - Articles". BioLogos. Retrieved 28 April 2019.
- Collins, Francis; Ortberg, John; Gonzalez, Justo L.; Connor; Lindroth, Richard; Sollereder, Bethany; Hardin, Jeff; Merritt, Jonathan; Mouw, Richard; Collins, Francis (18 April 2019). "2019 BioLogos Conference". BioLogos. Retrieved 28 April 2019.
- Time Magazine piece
- Coyne, Jerry (April 29, 2009). "Shoot me now: Francis Collins's new supernaturalist website". 'Why Evolution is True'. Retrieved 2009-04-18.
- Parker, Kathleen (May 10, 2009). "An Evolution for Evangelicals". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2009-04-18.
- The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief, by Francis Collins