Publications, Reports and Articles

Page 5 of 9 pages ‹ First  < 3 4 5 6 7 >  Last ›

Article: Food is a gift from God

One of the things that has been becoming clearer to us over the past few years is the need not only to be careful about what we eat, but also to reconnect with where our food comes from. Read More

Article: Healing broken hearts

It was recently reported that scientists have been working on using stem cells to repair hearts. Read More

Article: Let’s give the Church of England some credit

The Church of Scotland is committed to working with the Church of England to see how a joint Credit Union project can best serve more people across both nations. Read More

Report: Give us our Daily Bread May 2012

How can we produce enough food, cope with climate change and reduce our carbon footprint? The Church and Society Council prepared a report on sustainable agriculture for the General Assembly in 2012. Read More

Report: SRT Neurobiology, Freewill and Moral Responsibility May 2012

The SRT Project ran a working group to look at the ethics of neurobiology during 2010 and 2011. They group produced a report for presentation to the General Assembly in May 2012. Read More

Report: A Right Relationship with Money May 2012

The Church of Scotland set up the Commission on the Purposes of Economic Activity, and spent two years exploring the fundamental ethical and moral questions underlying economic activity, many of which have been highlighted for society by the “credit crunch”. Read More

Article: Some ethical issues in brain imaging

Article written by Murdo Macdonald and published in the Cortex Discussion Forum. Read More

Article: All Things New: A Brief History of the First Forty Years of the Church of Scotland SRT Project

Written by John M Francis and Murdo macdonald: published in the Journal of Technology, Theology, & Religion: Volume 1, Issue 3 (October 2010) Read More

Page 5 of 9 pages ‹ First  < 3 4 5 6 7 >  Last ›


image A short history of SRTP has been prepared by Dr. John Francis.
Download Booklet