Printed from the Society, Religion and Technology Project website: www.srtp.org.uk
The annual Week of Prayer for the work of the Society, Religion and Technology (SRT) Project takes place in June. So how can you be involved?
Since the SRT Project was set up in 1970, it has covered topics from stem cells to synthetic biology, from economics to environmental issues. It seeks to bring a Christian ethical understanding to (often controversial) issues of science and technology. We believe it’s important that the church engages in debate and seeks to influence society.
Many of the issues the SRT Project wrestles are with difficult, and wisdom and sensitivity are required in dealing with them. The support of God’s people in various ways, including upholding us in prayer, has a positive effect as we engage with these dilemmas.
Prayer is vital to what we do as the people of God. The SRT project values your prayers for our work at any time, but we ask that you particularly remember us during the second week in June. Please join us in praying that the SRT Project has a strong, positive and lasting influence on society in Scotland.
Printed from www.srtp.org.uk on Wed, January 16, 2019
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