Theology excels at asking about the impact of stories on our lives and, often more important, the impact of our stories on the lives of others.
Arguably, as Pope Benedict XVI suggested, in their dealings with Galileo, Church authorities were showing a very modern sensitivity to the relationships between science and society.
There is no such thing as an ethical robot.
The ECLAS team are committed to being anti-racist, not only in our words but through our actions. We are actively looking at how we can promote diversity and inclusion through our work. This is an...
Covid-19 reminds me of my vulnerability, and therefore the need to respect the natural world.
Does the fact that caring professions such as medicine and nursing are viewed as vocational somehow justify the sacrifice we ask of healthcare workers in entering dangerous “front-lines” on our behalf?
A new report has been published looking into the lived experiences of Christians working in science, technology, and medical professions in the UK.
In January, the Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science (ECLAS) project was awarded £3.4 million from the Templeton Religion Trust. The major new grant will fund work to help Christian leaders engage with...