Creating Harmony Between Biblical Faith And Science

An audio interview with Deborah Haarsma

In this Omega Center interview Brie Stoner invites BioLogos President Deborah Haarsma to share  her work, perspectives, and passion on a range of topics, including how we can engage in fruitful and open dialogue with Christians who differ in their approach and beliefs of an evolutionary universe.  As their conversation unfolds Dr. Haarsma highlights some of the concerns that conservative Christians report in accepting a scientific worldview, and how we might bridge the views held within a traditional faith perspective and an evidence-based approach.

LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE (~ 36 minutes):

DOWNLOAD AUDIO MP3 HERE (Chrome, Safari, IE, and other browsers right-click & save to download)

RESOURCES REFERENCED IN THIS CONVERSATION:

BioLogos is a website, blog, and educational source that invites the church and the world to see the harmony between science and biblical faith within an evolutionary understanding of God’s creation.

Science vs. Religion: What Scientists Really Think, by Elaine Howard Ecklund

The Man Born to Be King, by Dorothy Sayers

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