46 min

16. Fossils | A Window to God’s Creation Language of God

    • Christianity

Fossils open a window deep into the history of the earth. Through that window we learn about how whales evolved from four-legged creatures to the aquatic animals we know today, we learn about our own species and where we came from, and we learn more about God who made it all. Language of God producer Colin Hoogerwerf journeys into the world of fossils alongside paleontologist Ryan Bebej to explore some of these stories. Guest geologist and paleontologist Ralph Stearley introduces us to some of the early Christians who helped figure out what fossils really are, and biological anthropologist Cara Wall-Scheffer joins to talk about what fossils can teach us about what it means to be human.


This episode originally aired September 12, 2019.


Find Ryan Bebej’s personal story here.


See photos from our visit to Calvin’s fossil collection at our website. 


Find a conversation about this episode at the BioLogos Forum.

Fossils open a window deep into the history of the earth. Through that window we learn about how whales evolved from four-legged creatures to the aquatic animals we know today, we learn about our own species and where we came from, and we learn more about God who made it all. Language of God producer Colin Hoogerwerf journeys into the world of fossils alongside paleontologist Ryan Bebej to explore some of these stories. Guest geologist and paleontologist Ralph Stearley introduces us to some of the early Christians who helped figure out what fossils really are, and biological anthropologist Cara Wall-Scheffer joins to talk about what fossils can teach us about what it means to be human.


This episode originally aired September 12, 2019.


Find Ryan Bebej’s personal story here.


See photos from our visit to Calvin’s fossil collection at our website. 


Find a conversation about this episode at the BioLogos Forum.

46 min