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  • Joseph Graves | The Genetics of Race (Part 2)

    We dig into the genetic science of race and we talk about some common misconceptions, such as whether race affects athletic abilities and what you can actually find out from genetic ancestry testing.

  • Joseph Graves | The Genetics of Race (Part 2)

    We dig into the genetic science of race and we talk about some common misconceptions, such as whether race affects athletic abilities and what you can actually find out from genetic ancestry testing.

  • Joseph Graves | The Genetics of Race (Part 2)

    We dig into the genetic science of race and we talk about some common misconceptions, such as whether race affects athletic abilities and what you can actually find out from genetic ancestry testing.


  • Many people today, both secular and Christian, want us to believe that science and religion cannot live together. Not only is this untrue, but we believe that a thoughtful dialogue between science and faith is essential for engaging the hearts and minds of individuals today. BioLogos provides an important first step towards that end.

    Tim Keller, Pastor & Author

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    Thinking on Race, Science, and Faith

    Resources to help us better process the moment we're in.

  • One Human Family

    We abhor the misuse of the science of evolution to promote racist ideas. We celebrate the unity of the human race, which has been abundantly confirmed by scientific evidence.

  • Joseph Graves | The Genetics of Race (Part 2)

    We dig into the genetic science of race and we talk about some common misconceptions, such as whether race affects athletic abilities and what you can actually find out from genetic ancestry testing.

  • Why Black Lives Matter for Science and Faith

    Listen to the panel of Black science and faith voices talk about the disparities in STEM, and how we can achieve greater representation for the Black community and other people of color in our fields.

  • Scientist Spotlight: Georgia M. Dunston

    The study of human genomics not only discredits the biological basis of our socially constructed racial categories, but also has the potential to reframe the way in which we understand human identity.

  • One Human Family

    We abhor the misuse of the science of evolution to promote racist ideas. We celebrate the unity of the human race, which has been abundantly confirmed by scientific evidence.

  • Joseph Graves | The Genetics of Race (Part 2)

    We dig into the genetic science of race and we talk about some common misconceptions, such as whether race affects athletic abilities and what you can actually find out from genetic ancestry testing.

  • Why Black Lives Matter for Science and Faith

    Listen to the panel of Black science and faith voices talk about the disparities in STEM, and how we can achieve greater representation for the Black community and other people of color in our fields.

  • Scientist Spotlight: Georgia M. Dunston

    The study of human genomics not only discredits the biological basis of our socially constructed racial categories, but also has the potential to reframe the way in which we understand human identity.

  • One Human Family

    We abhor the misuse of the science of evolution to promote racist ideas. We celebrate the unity of the human race, which has been abundantly confirmed by scientific evidence.

  • Start Exploring

    New to BioLogos? Check out these introductory resources to see what we're all about!
  • What is evolution?

    Properly understood, evolution is a scientific theory about the development of life and is consistent with Christian theology.

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    God’s Word. God’s World. The Mission of BioLogos.

    Are science and religion at war? Many people today believe they are in conflict. BioLogos exists to show that you don’t have to choose between modern science and biblical faith. Watch the video to learn more …

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  • Joseph Graves | The Genetics of Race (Part 2)

    We dig into the genetic science of race and we talk about some common misconceptions, such as whether race affects athletic abilities and what you can actually find out from genetic ancestry testing.

  • Joseph Graves | The Genetics of Race (Part 2)

    We dig into the genetic science of race and we talk about some common misconceptions, such as whether race affects athletic abilities and what you can actually find out from genetic ancestry testing.

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    BioLogos Basics Videos

    Check out this series of short, snappy videos introducing topics for those new to the Christianity and evolution discussion.

  • 8. What is Genetics?

    Some of the strongest evidence for the common ancestry of all life forms comes from genetics. Genetics is the study of how changes are passed down from generation to generation through DNA.

  • 9. What Happens to Christian Theology if Evolution is True?

    What happens to Christian theology if evolution is true? Perhaps the best way of exploring this question is keeping in mind that God is the author of both Scripture and the natural world, and so, ultimately, these can’t contradict each other.  

  • 10. What's the Point?

    In this video series we’ve taken a whirlwind tour through questions people have about evolutionary creation: from the age of the earth and evidences for common ancestry, to biblical interpretation and theological controversies.  

  • 1. What is BioLogos?

    So what is BioLogos? Well it all began with a scientist and a book. Francis Collins, the physician and geneticist who led the Human Genome Project, wrote the book, The Language of God.

  • 2. Is God the Creator?

    Does BioLogos believe that God is the creator? Yes, all Christians believe this; the question is, how did God create?

  • 3. What about the Bible?

    Doesn’t evolutionary creation contradict a plain reading of the Bible? Well, that depends on whose plain reading you mean.

  • 4. How did God create the ingredients for life?

    So how did God bring about the diversity of life we see on earth today? First he needed a place where life could survive—a planet that is just the right distance from the sun, and full of the right kinds of elements.

  • 5. How Old is the Earth?

    So how old is the earth? Some people think the Bible says it was created about 6,000 years ago. While the Bible does include a number of genealogies, many conservative Bible scholars believe that these lists are not intended to be a complete method of dating the age of the earth.

  • 6. How Evolution Works, Part 1

    We often hear critics of evolution saying things like, “A dog could have never evolved from a cat” or “If humans evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys around?” These kinds of statements reveal a misunderstanding of what scientists mean by evolution.

  • 7. How Evolution Works, Part 2

    Whales provide a clear example of macroevolution. They are superficially similar to fish, but are, in fact, mammals! Darwin himself wondered whether whales had evolved from mammals on land, but he had no real empirical evidence for such a claim. Now we have impressive evidence.

  • 8. What is Genetics?

    Some of the strongest evidence for the common ancestry of all life forms comes from genetics. Genetics is the study of how changes are passed down from generation to generation through DNA.

  • 9. What Happens to Christian Theology if Evolution is True?

    What happens to Christian theology if evolution is true? Perhaps the best way of exploring this question is keeping in mind that God is the author of both Scripture and the natural world, and so, ultimately, these can’t contradict each other.  

  • 10. What's the Point?

    In this video series we’ve taken a whirlwind tour through questions people have about evolutionary creation: from the age of the earth and evidences for common ancestry, to biblical interpretation and theological controversies.  

  • 1. What is BioLogos?

    So what is BioLogos? Well it all began with a scientist and a book. Francis Collins, the physician and geneticist who led the Human Genome Project, wrote the book, The Language of God.

  • 2. Is God the Creator?

    Does BioLogos believe that God is the creator? Yes, all Christians believe this; the question is, how did God create?

  • 3. What about the Bible?

    Doesn’t evolutionary creation contradict a plain reading of the Bible? Well, that depends on whose plain reading you mean.

  • 4. How did God create the ingredients for life?

    So how did God bring about the diversity of life we see on earth today? First he needed a place where life could survive—a planet that is just the right distance from the sun, and full of the right kinds of elements.

  • 5. How Old is the Earth?

    So how old is the earth? Some people think the Bible says it was created about 6,000 years ago. While the Bible does include a number of genealogies, many conservative Bible scholars believe that these lists are not intended to be a complete method of dating the age of the earth.

  • 6. How Evolution Works, Part 1

    We often hear critics of evolution saying things like, “A dog could have never evolved from a cat” or “If humans evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys around?” These kinds of statements reveal a misunderstanding of what scientists mean by evolution.

  • 7. How Evolution Works, Part 2

    Whales provide a clear example of macroevolution. They are superficially similar to fish, but are, in fact, mammals! Darwin himself wondered whether whales had evolved from mammals on land, but he had no real empirical evidence for such a claim. Now we have impressive evidence.

  • 8. What is Genetics?

    Some of the strongest evidence for the common ancestry of all life forms comes from genetics. Genetics is the study of how changes are passed down from generation to generation through DNA.

  • 9. What Happens to Christian Theology if Evolution is True?

    What happens to Christian theology if evolution is true? Perhaps the best way of exploring this question is keeping in mind that God is the author of both Scripture and the natural world, and so, ultimately, these can’t contradict each other.  

  • 10. What's the Point?

    In this video series we’ve taken a whirlwind tour through questions people have about evolutionary creation: from the age of the earth and evidences for common ancestry, to biblical interpretation and theological controversies.  

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