Awake in the Night Series: A Dialogue

In this upcoming series, a professor addresses the tough questions about the harmony of science and Christianity that are keeping his former student up at night through a series of exchanges.

We hope that this dialogue can be encouraging and uplifting to those searching and questioning! A new exchange will be released every Friday this month. I will post all of them here in the same place for discussion.

Enjoy Part One now:

Here is part two! They really delve into the details of John Walton’s Lost World of Genesis One in this section.

These are great! I think one of the things that has been somewhat lacking in the BioLogos resource library is a good place to start. Even the common questions can feel a bit like drinking from a firehose if you are brand new to the topics. This feels like something you could recommend someone just starting to ask questions.

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Yes! I love that about this series. Such a good entry point.

Here is the next piece, and covers Dawkins’ naturalism view:

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I am very glad to interact at any point in the series.

Thanks to Hillary for such a beautiful and enhancing presentation of the text!

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Here is the 4th and final part of the series and the afterword, where @wsmccullough discusses his influences for this piece.

This is so helpful. This is just the kind of series that can be so helpful for the students that I teach at my university. I plan on having them read this entire series!

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I really appreciated this narrative approach. It is true that centering the ideas in a story makes them so much more accessible.

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Thank you so much for sharing, Victor! And welcome to the forum.

“Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.” -Colossians 4:6

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