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Thursday, July 9, 2009

What Will Happen to BioLogos?

If confirmed as director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Francis Collins will have to step down as president of The BioLogos Foundation—which he just launched in April. The foundation was started as a way for him to address the country's culture war between science and faith. (Collins most famously wrote about the relationship between science and religion in his 2006 book The Language of God.)
According to a statement from BioLogos, the foundation will continue, and Collins' duties will be taken over by physicist Karl Giberson, currently executive vice president (and editor-at-large of this site), and biologist Darrel Falk, the current executive director. —Heather Wax


Anonymous said...

Obama-Collins-AAAS, A Spiritual Harmony Team
A Disturbing Exasperation-Boding Harmony

A. "Collins nominated to head NIH"
The chemist — turned physician, turned geneticist — has a spiritual side as well.

B. "Prsdnt Obama Should Consider An Overdue Introspection"

C. For the attention of the Spiritual Harmony Team
"On the origin of origins" and on rationality

Dov Henis
(Comments From The 22nd Century)