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Editor: Heather Wax Heather is a science writer and the former features editor of Science & Spirit magazine and Science & Theology News. She has also written for Scientific American, Ode magazine, The Boston Globe, MIT's Technology Review, and the UU World, among other publications. Assistant editor: Dan Messier Dan has edited the book sections of both Science & Spirit and Science & Theology News Editor-at-large: Karl Giberson Karl is an internationally known scholar of science and religion. He was the founding editor of Science & Theology News and editor-in- chief of Science & Spirit. He is director of the Forum on Faith and Science at Gordon College, co-director of the Venice Summer School on Science & Religion, and a professor of physics at Eastern Nazarene College. Most recently, he is the author of Saving Darwin.
*Supported by a grant from the Templeton Foundation.
Three of the five members of the Rio Rancho Public Schools Board of Education in New Mexicovoted yesterday to rescind a policy allowing "intelligent design" to be taught in public school science classrooms. —Heather Wax