It is good to see, for the first time, a clear public correction from BioLogos. For now, I will withhold comment on the particulars, except to note that even this article re-asserts consequential errors. I hope these errors are corrected. I hear that this the first of many corrections to come, and perhaps this mistake will be fixed.
(see annotations here: https://hyp.is/go?url=https%3A%2F%2Fbiologos.org%2Farticles%2Ftruth-seeking-in-science)
To conduct science at all involves accurately recognizing the edge of what we know and what we don’t yet know. Understanding that edge is rewarding because it brings the possibility of extending that edge. Clarity about the edge of knowledge is important, not only among scientists, but when teaching students or speaking to the public.
Note: originally, I called this a round of “retractions”, and that might not be right. Here, Haarsma only notes corrections, and then there were silent deletions of at least two articles, along with reassertion of some false claims. That is not retractions. Thanks to @sfmatheson for pointing this out.