Francis Collins, the former Director of the Human Genome Project at NIH, and current (2020) Director of NIH, founded the BioLogos Foundation to help Christians and others address questions relating to biological evolution. Their web site puts it this way: “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.”
An update: Francis was recently awarded the prestigious 2020 Templeton Prize for his work in promoting the harmony between science and Christian faith.
The links below give several articles I have written for BioLogos (Note: new graphics were introduced after a relaunch of the BioLogos web site in Feb. 2019; consequently, I also provide links to the originals):
- Word and Fire: Carbon, the Big Bang, and the Logos (Original)
- Time and Eternity: a perspective from physics in the light of Christ (Original)
- Creation: what the world is? The classical view of Aquinas (Original)
- The Advent of Wonder (Original): interleaving thoughts from Einstein, Augustine, and Dante