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Monday, April 27, 2009

Francis Collins Takes BioLogos Public

Exciting news: Dr. Francis Collins, former director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, will officially launch his newest project at a small dinner party tomorrow night at the Capital Hilton in downtown Washington, D.C. It’s called the BioLogos Foundation, and it’s a nonprofit organization designed to “help believers, skeptics, scientists, pastors, and lay leaders in the Church to better understand how science and faith can be friends and not combatants.”
Collins quietly started the organization last year, but he now has some major funding from the Templeton Foundation (which also funds this site) and a flashier new Web site that goes live tomorrow, too. The site will answer some of the most frequently asked questions about science and faith, and provide readers with plenty of other resources for further reading. —Heather Wax