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“Does the universe hold levels of emergence beyond individual consciousness, beyond the collective accomplishments of human societies? Might the cooperative awareness of billions of humans ultimately give rise to new collective phenomena as yet unimagined? If higher stages of emergence await our discovery, then science and theology may someday converge into a more unified vision of the cosmos and our place in it” (Robert M. Hazen, Genesis: the scientific quest for life’s origin (Washington DC: Joseph Henry Press, 2005) pp.245-246)
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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04605470284153454825 phil_style

    James,Just found your blog after linking from a CT article. I noticed your post on “heroes”. Have you ever watched the new remake Episodes of Battle Star Galactica. Never has a T.V. asked so many quesitons about what it means to be human, let alone a “hero”. I highly recommended it(in spite of its Sci-Fi setting, and would love to see someone review it from a Christian perspective. . .

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04605470284153454825 phil_style

    ooops, I’ve just spent the last 2 hours of work reading through your archive of posts, and I see that galactica has been discussed once at least. Apologies!