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Pretende ser uma referência bibliográfica sobre o tema ciência e fé, colaborando na interação destas duas formas de conhecimento
The BioLogos Foundation promotes the search for truth in both the natural and spiritual realms seeking harmony between these different perspectives.
Dr. Francis Collins established The BioLogos Foundation to address the escalating culture war between science and faith in the United States. On one end of the spectrum, “new atheists” argue that science removes the need for God. On the other end, religious fundamentalists argue that the Bible requires us to reject many of the conclusions of modern science. Many people — including scientists and believers in God — do not find these extreme options attractive.
BioLogos represents the harmony of science and faith. It addresses the central themes of science and religion and emphasizes the compatibility of Christian faith with scientific discoveries about the origins of the universe and life. To communicate this message to the general public and add to the ongoing dialog, The BioLogos Foundation created BioLogos.org.
Funded by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the Web site is a reliable source of scholarly thought on contemporary issues in science and faith. It highlights the compatibility of modern science with traditional Christian beliefs. BioLogos.org features responses to a myriad of questions received by Collins, author of "The Language of God", Karl Giberson, author of "Saving Darwin", and Darrel Falk, author of "Coming to Peace With Science" since the publication of their books.
Nestes vídeos, Craig expõe a falha do argumento central do livro “Deus, um Delírio”, escrito por Richard Dawkins.
"A Origem da Vida e os Novos Ateus"
"A Origem das Espécies – O livro"
"Fundamentos da Moralidade"
Dr. Aldo Mellender de Araújo
Dr. Gustavo Caponi
Dr. John Lennox
Dr. Marcos Nogueira Eberlin
The group of scholars based at St Edmund's College is linked informally to a cohort of Faraday Associates, based mainly within the scientific community, who are actively involved in science-religion interactions through publishing and lecturing.
The Faraday Institute derives its name from Michael Faraday, one of Britain's best-known scientists, who saw his faith as integral to his scientific research. The logo of the Institute is based on Faraday's discoveries.
The Faraday Institute has a Christian ethos, but encourages engagement with a wide diversity of opinions concerning interactions between science and religion, without engaging in advocacy. It aims to provide accurate information in order to facilitate informed debate.
The Faraday Institute is grateful to the following agencies for financial support: Sir Halley Stewart Trust; Hinchley Charitable Trust; Hockerill Foundation; John Ray Initiative; John Templeton Foundation.; Jubilee Centre; Kirby-Laing Trust; Kuhn Foundation; Panacea Society; Schulte Roth & Zabel Trust; Sciteb Ltd; Stark-Roberts Foundation; Tyndale House.
Science and religion are both vital to our understanding of the universe, and there is no contradiction between up-to-date science and Christianity. John Polkinghorne, renowned scientist-turned-theologian, demonstrates this clearly in a new book with collaborator Nicholas Beale. Questions of Truth outlines fifty-one important questions on science and religion and their responses by both Polkinghorne and Beale. The book has a foreword by Tony Hewish and an endorsement from William D Phillips - both Nobel Prizewinners - as well as endorsements from renowned evolutionary scientists Prof Martin Nowak and Dr Francis Collins. The science is solid, the responses intruiging. Questions posed in the book include:
Readers can follow their own paths through the book, selecting questions that interest them and looking at the additional material if they choose.