We’ve all heard about the supposed conflict between science and faith. But what if there’s more to the story, a richer vision of harmony to be shared with the world around us? Join BioLogos at the waterfront Hyatt Regency in Baltimore’s picturesque Inner Harbor for the 2019 BioLogos Conference, Beyond Conflict: Science, Faith, & the Big Questions, March 27 – 29, 2019.
As we explore the harmony between science and faith, we’re delighted to present some some of the top scholars and communicators in the BioLogos community. You’ll hear from BioLogos founder Francis Collins, pastor and author John Ortberg, journalist Jonathan Merritt, astronomer Jennifer Wiseman, church historian Justo González, Oxford science-religion scholar Bethany Sollereder, BioLogos President Deb Haarsma, and more! Worship throughout the conference will be led by musician, author, and pastor Aaron Niequist.
Join us for one of three topical workshops on Thursday afternoon, where you can get a crash course in Evolution 101, explore different understandings of Adam and the Fall, or get an interdisciplinary overview of origins issues. Or sign up for one of the pre-conference workshops, where you can join other ministry leaders, educators, or scientists and learn from top leaders on to engage science and faith in your particular sphere.
We’re excited to close our conference with a special 10th Anniversary Banquet, where BioLogos founder and renowned geneticist Francis Collins, along with influential theologian Richard Mouw, will reflect on BioLogos’ history and mission and look ahead to the pressing science-faith issues of the next ten years. You won’t want to miss this unique evening, included with your conference registration!
Just a short stroll from the conference venue, you’ll be able to experience the diverse majesty of God’s creation, from the tropical birds, sloths, and monkeys in Tropical Rainforest, to the countless sharks and fish of Blacktip Reef, the world’s largest reproduction of an Indo-Pacific reef. University of Wisconsin-Madison ecologist Rick Lindroth (BioLogos Voices) will share a compelling presentation on ecology and creation care as we consider our proper role in God’s creation. Spaces will be limited, so register early!