Agree with reading the official mission statement Elle gave you. As noted on another thread, the forum is an open discussion, and opinions expressed do not represent the position of Biologos. As a moderator, I am just a bouncer in the pub we call the forum, and my opinions are my own also. At times people get sloppy and say stuff like "Biologos has the position that..." when it is only an impression. Also keep in mind that some of the blogs do not represent positions of Biologos, but are presented for the value of their content.
Organizations like this are pretty general and big tent, so often times do not have a position on specific details. In fact, I sort of doubt that the positions you stated to be those of Biologos actually are as stated, as that does not seem like something they would define that way, though I have not been around here from the beginning. References would be nice for those assertions.
What you stated as their current position does not show up in the position statement Elle linked that I could find The closest to addressing your assertion that I see on a quick read is point 8.:
"We believe that God created the universe, the earth, and all life over billions of years. God continues to sustain the existence and functioning of the natural world, and the cosmos continues to declare the glory of God. Therefore, we reject ideologies such as Deism that claim the universe is self-sustaining, that God is no longer active in the natural world, or that God is not active in human history."
I think that gives a lot of wiggle room to accommodate different views, but affirms the role of God throughout creation.