SOURCE: Science & Theology News

March 03, 2006 08:00 ET

Emergence Theory and Our Natural Network in March's Science & Theology News

QUINCY, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 3, 2006 -- As the intelligent design/evolution debate rages on, scholars of emergence theory seek to deepen our understanding of reality and win scientists over with their theories on life's complexity and development. In our March issue, Matt Donnelly and guest editor Michael Silberstein break down the concept of emergence and its potential for building a bridge between science and religion.

Also in this issue:


Noam Chomsky is one of the world's foremost thinkers and activists. He spoke with Science & Theology News on Western intellect, faith and the role science plays in our world.


Biotechnology thrives in the growing world power of India, but the traditional Hindu mindset still dominates bioethics. Chhavi Sachdev reports from India on how a country with 16 official languages and five official religions can possibly find a consensus.


Nigel Brush, a geologist and author of "The Limitations of Scientific Truth," talks about the need for science to have a little humility when it comes to looking for absolute truths.

March's Web exclusives include:
--  Mar. 20: A week of Earth Day content, including special articles, an
    In-Depth package on ecology and religion, and a list of Earth-friendly
--  Mar. 27: An In-Depth package on mind-body medicine.

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