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Why We Talk About Race

The questions of race return us to the grand question: what does it mean to be human? Science is important, but so is what lies beyond.

BioLogos Deletes an Article

BioLogos deletes an article from their website. Why did they delete it? What were the mistakes in it? Transparency is how we move forward.
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Race and Ancestry

Bryan Butler: More Than The Image of God

The question of race is pointed. Are we all in the image of God? With equal rights and dignity? Or are some of us different.

Art & Ancestry: Humans Rendered Apart

Whatever our skin color, country of origin, ethnicity, or culture, we are all one family, one blood, one race, the human race. What has rendered us apart?

Artificial Intelligence

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Pierre Baldi: Protein Folding and AI’s Impact on Science

Pierre Baldi has been applying Deep Learning, a type of AI, to study scientific problems, like protein folding. How is AI impacting science?

Evangelicals Take on Artificial Intelligence

Can a computer house a mind? How would we construct a computational mind? How would they know if they succeeded? These questions welcome all of us.

Art and Beauty

Is There Beauty in the Coronavirus?

Is there beauty in a deadly coronavirus? These beautiful images of the virus are scientifically accurate watercolors by David Goodsell.

Art & Ancestry: The Ancestral Shadow

David Rygiol responds with art: Most of our ancestors leave us no genes at all - they are genetic ghosts in our past, looming like a shadow.

Why I Went Public on Evolution

I went public in 2012 on evolution. When it comes to personal risks, very personal reasons take center stage. Why did I go public?

Our Mission and Values

We fill a unique role in the conversation. Our values will be made more concrete as we align our organization, community, blog, and forum to this mission.

What Became of the Genetic Challenge to Adam and Eve?

Does genetics challenge a single-couple origin to humanity? William Lane Craig explains how we found that this challenge was an illusion.

In Defense of Tim Keller

Instead of narrowly arguing for our own theology, let us all advocate for truthful accounts of science and the full diversity of the Church. Peace.

Daniel Ang: A Scientist Looks at the Resurrection

A physicist confesses that the electron is round and that Jesus rose from the dead. "My own faith is informed by the evidence, but it is much more."

The Biological Meaning of Race

We've understood differences to be rooted in our essential nature, but maybe they are not. So, maybe some of the ways the world is can be changed.

The Genealogical Adam and Eve

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James Tour: A Chemist’s Questions on Evolution

James Tour and I do not agree on everything, but we found virtue in the wasteland, friendship across our disagreements.

More Musings on The Killmitzer-Dover Trial

Fifteen years years after Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District was decided, the case continues to draw interesting comments.

Brian Godawa’s Midrash on Human Origins

In his series of novels, Brian Godawa joins the ancient midrash tradition of imaginatively retelling human origins through the lens of Genesis.

A Genealogical Rapprochement on Adam?

A genealogical Adam will not solve the puzzle of Adam and Eve for everyone, but it will for many. Is a rapprochement possible?

Why I Left Young-Earth Creationism

In memory of Glenn Morton (1950-2020), Peaceful Science is republishing his personal account and testimony of leaving Young-Earth Creationism.
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Michael Behe: Kafka at the Dover Trial

15 years ago, the biochemist Micheal Behe was a star witness at the Dover Trial. He explains the trial was Kafkaesque, a surreal experience.

Confession

The Resurrection, With a Little Help from Richard Dawkins

For Geologist Gregg Davidson, the words of Richard Dawkins were a gift from God, helping solidify his confidence in the Resurrection.

Andy Walsh: An Imaginative Applied Scientist Considers the Resurrection

Andy Walsh wonders about Jesus's microbiome and the Resurrection. What was biologically different about Jesus' pre- and post-resurrection body?

Human Origins

Going Public in The Journal

In 2012, with this article, I went public in The Journal, confessing that I had seen evidence for evolution, but found foundation in Christ.

Gavin Ortlund: Which Hills to Die On?

Gavin Ortlund's new book, Finding the Right Hills to Die On, advocates for prioritizing which theological concerns are most important when engaging science.

Intelligent Design and Dialogue

What About Intelligent Design?

"Mere Science and the Christian Faith" by Greg Cootsona sparked a conversation about Intelligent Design's place in science and in the Church.

Is COVID-19 Created or Designed?

Consider COVID-19 with Behe. If God created all things, then in this sense He designed us all. Still, creation is not design and design is not creation.

The Time Comes For Genealogy

Most new ideas turn out to be old ideas whose time has come, or even ideas that have returned after a long absence. The Genealogical Adam's time has come.

The Meaning of Our Logo

This typographic logo is meant to be composed with images corresponding to different content areas, but also conveying our mission and identity.

Nathan Lents in USA Today

Nathan Lents, a secular biologist, published in USA Today his reasons for endorsing The Genealogical Adam and Eve. This created a small social media storm.

David Rygiol: Science in Dialogue with Art

I want to paint the entire face of the wall with art, so everyone standing outside can learn and explore the ideas held within.

Three Stories on Adam

Three different stories of Adam and Eve might be consistent with the genetic evidence. It returns us to the Grand Questions of Origins. We all should care.

So Much to Discuss

13 articles from the Intelligent Design movement directed at Peaceful Science in just 2 months. We have so much to discuss.

The Barthian, “Why this Tree?”

Paul Metzger is a Professor of Christian Theology and Theology of Culture at Multnomah Seminary in Portland and the Director of The Institute for the...

I Was Wrong on “Monophyletic”

I was wrong. I incorrectly used the terms “monophyletic” and “polyphyletic” in my book, The Genealogical Adam and Eve. I am correcting the record here.