This blog and the associated Science Meets Religion website, is dedicated to the search for harmony between science and religion. The objective is to collect high-quality, authoritative information on topics in the intersection of science and religion, and to present this information in a rigorous, well-documented manner. Topics range from the philosophy of science, Judeo-Christian theology, Biblical scholarship, creationism, intelligent design, modern physics and big bang cosmology.

Material on this site is provided for research and education purposes only. No advertisements are permitted, nor are any solicitations to support any organization — scientific, academic or religious. Most of the material is representative of and targeted to a broad spectrum of Judeo-Christian thought. Indeed, the vast majority of these issues are common to a wide range of religious denominations. Where theologians or religious leaders are quoted, their affiliation is indicated when possible. At the request of several friends, I have also included a selection of information specifically of interest to LDS readers, placed on a separate section of the site.

This website and blog is edited by David H. Bailey of Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, California: LBNL website | Personal website. The editor’s published works include three books and over 140 articles (not including those on this site), ranging in topics from high-performance computing, computational mathematics, probability, computational biology, as well as several articles in science and religion.

Disclaimer: Material on this site does not necessarily reflect views of the editor’s employer, funding agencies, religious affiliation or any other organization. Also, inclusion of material (articles, quotations, excerpts) on this website does not necessarily indicate that the editor endorses that material. Where pages or articles have authors indicated, those authors are themselves responsible for the contents.

Acknowledgments: The editor wishes to acknowledge many useful comments and contributed material from numerous friends and colleagues, including Brent Dalrymple, Peter Hess, Duane Jeffery, Kenneth Miller, Steven Peck, Eugenie Scott and others.