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Science & Spirit

Science & Spirit is a discontinued American bimonthly magazine that covered scientific stories with an eye toward their spiritual implications.

History and profile
It was launched by the John Templeton Foundation in 1989 as a newsletter, converted to a glossy magazine in 1998, then repositioned for a general readership in 2001. The founding editor was Kevin Sharper. The magazine was published by Science & Spirit Resources, Inc. five times a year during the initial period. In 2003, it was purchased by Heldref Publications, though the John Templeton Foundation continued to provide editorial support. The publication was renamed Search in 2008 before being discontinued in 2009.

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