A few months ago I posted briefly about my appointment as a theological fellow for BioLogos. In that post I explained a bit about the history of BioLogos and why they appointed three theology fellows this year (of which I am one).
My task as a theology fellow will be to write six or more blog posts on the topic of biblical faith and evolution—on topics ranging from cosmic creation and human distinctiveness to the origin of evil, divine providence, and eschatology.
The series is tentatively titled Biblical Faith and Evolution: Loving the Questions.
My first blog in the series, “Why Christians Don’t Need to Be Threatened by Evolution,” appeared today on the BioLogos website.
You can read the whole post there and also post comments and questions in response.
My next post in the series is called The Ancient Universe and the Cosmic Temple; it addresses the relationship of biblical creation accounts (especially Geneses 1) to what science tells us about the age and size of the universe.