Karl Giberson

Karl Giberson, Ph.D, is a leading scholar of science & religion and has written several books and hundreds of articles, essays, reviews, and blogs. He is the former president of the BioLogos Foundation, founded by Francis Collins to help Christians make peace with science. He is an active participant in America’s creation/evolution controversy and has published in outlets including Salon.com, Edge.org, Discover, The Weekly Standard, and Perspectives of Science & Faith. He has also written or co-authored seven books, including Worlds Apart: The Unholy War Between Science and Religion (1993); Species of Origins: America's Search for a Creation Story (2002); Oracles of Science: Celebrity Scientists Versus God and Religion (2006), published in Italian and Spanish; and Saving Darwin: How to Be a Christian and Believe in Evolution (2008), which was recognized by The Washington Post as a “Best of 2008” book.

Giberson is a popular speaker and has lectured about science-and-religion at Oxford University, MIT, the Venice Institute for Arts and Science, the Etore Majorana Center in Sicily, and colleges and universities in the United States. In 2006 he spoke at the Vatican on "America's Ongoing Hostility to Darwinism.” Dr. Giberson is a professor at Stonehill College and a fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation. Feel free to visit his website.