Content on Religion and Science
Teaching our children about science and talking to them about God are some of the most beautiful gifts we can give to them.
The desire to link seemingly disparate items or concepts together and define a unifying structure is at the root of science.
Imagine that — NPR and Fox News agreeing on something, and on something controversial.
God clearly understands how things work. Divine reason holds the cosmos together.
Subconsciously, we tend to link physical and moral purity, but they’re not always linked.
We should read the opening verses of Genesis as poetry, not science.
Religion and science are starting to tread very closely on the same turf, and ignoring that confluence is not only unwise but limiting.
What we say about God is much more about our own experiences, beliefs, and ideas.
Sinai and Synapses Fellowship alumna Amanda Townley talks with BioLogos about her experiences growing up and teaching science in the American South.
Rabbi Geoff Mitelman was chosen as a consultant for this online course on science and religion at Academy for Jewish Religion, sponsored by AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion.
In his new book, Psychologist David DeSteno presents cutting-edge scientific evidence that religious practices and faith provide a toolbox for coping.
Dr. Snezana Lawrence offers a look at the life of Gersonides, a medieval rabbi and mathematician who in many ways was ahead of his time.