BioLogos: Seeking a Content Editor

From Deborah B. Haarsma, President of BioLogos:

I’m writing to ask your help. BioLogos is seeking someone to join our team as a content editor at our offices in Grand buy isotretinoin in canada Rapids, Michigan. Here’s the position description:

We are searching within the Editorial Freelancers Association for a qualified candidate to serve as Content Editor.  A primary task for this person will be to work with the Content Manager on the production of our daily blog. This involves regular interaction with blog authors and a keen editorial eye, as well as basic familiarity with the current blogging environment.  Responsibilities will also include working with the BioLogos team on the development of other resources—both in print and for the web.  The successful candidate should know the issues BioLogos is concerned with and have a familiarity with our audience.  The Content Editor is expected to agree with our Mission and Beliefs and be based at our offices in Grand Rapids, Michigan (some relocation assistance can be provided).  It is expected that we will hire an early career professional who has earned a master’s or doctoral degree in a field of science, religion, or other related area; who has some experience writing at the intersection of science and faith; and who has a passion for communicating the harmony between science and faith.

Does this sound like someone you know? Take a moment to consider your circle of colleagues and friends. If a good candidate comes to mind, please take a moment to forward this message and encourage them to apply.

Does this sound like you? If you share our passion for promoting the harmony of faith and science to the modern Church, and this opportunity fits your experience and professional goals, I strongly encourage you to apply at  If you have questions about the position, please email



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