Most Christians view technology as neither good nor bad, but believe it is a technology’s purpose and application that determines its ethical implications.
A Scholarship to Tintern opens diverse and challenging opportunities for the holder, providing breadth and depth to their education and develops leadership within the Tintern community.
In an age of catchy, one-word book titles, a book called Biblical Critical Theory may not be the first I’d pick up to browse at the book stall. But if there’s danger in judging a book by its cover, we can extend this to its title.
For transhumanists, normal human functioning is an arbitrary limit writes Chris Mulherin.
If you could mutate your DNA, could you get super strength?
If you could change your genes, could you develop a genius intellect?
You can’t give yourself superpowers, but advancements in genetic technology are making these kinds of questions less fantastical.
Jesus taught his followers to pray, “Your kingdom come, your will be done.” So, what does this mean for believing scientists today?
The Bible gives us the wonderful vision of Jubilee as an extrapolation of the principle of Sabbath.
Whatever the response has been, the church has an opportunity to show more love to the millions of people in this country who struggle with mental health.
We could say this: God is the ultimate authority. The monarch is the penultimate authority as the living symbol of the majesty of the people.
Bree Mills 13 March 2023 The church is often touted as being resistant to change, but its 2000-year life suggests a different story. There have been many times throughout history the Anglican Church has needed to adapt to change, and in a post-lockdown world this will be no different. The recent rise of micro churches […]