Those that have read “The Language of God” by Francis Collins, former head of the Human Genome Project, will be familiar with the term “biologos”. This is a word Collins coined to describe his perspective on evolution/science and religion as he is uncomfortable with the term “theistic evolution”.
While I do own the aforementioned book and believe it is valuable (though more so for those of a religious persuasion that have difficulty accepting modern scientific truth), I don’t necessarily believe it was well-written. I do applaud Collins for creating this new BioLogos Foundation, however, and hope the writing on this site will be an improvement. The mission of the foundation, as stated on their website, is:
We believe that faith and science both lead to truth about God and creation.
The BioLogos Foundation promotes the search for truth in both the natural and spiritual realms seeking harmony between these different perspectives.
This is certainly a mission I can agree with and support, thus far.
One part of the website addresses commonly asked questions regarding faith, science, and their compatability. For example, one of the questions addressed on the site is, “How was the Genesis creation story interpreted before Darwin?”
I have not browsed the site in its entirety, but it is one I have bookmarked with the intent of investigating further in the near future. I encourage others to go check it out as well.