Radical understandings of Christian theology have played a marked role in achieving land reform in Scotland as recently as the last decade, according to new research produced by the University of Strathclyde.
Churches in Scotland have launched an initiative at Holyrood seeking to place the abolition of nuclear weapons and the scrapping of the Trident system at the heart of the forthcoming General Election campaign.
This weekend, Church of Scotland congregations around the world are highlighting the global HIV and AIDS pandemic in their morning services and encouraging people to support practical action at grassroots level.
There might not have been anywhere for expectant Mary and her husband Joseph two thousand years ago, but a minister in Lanark, Scotland, says there is plenty of room at the inn this Christmas. At least, at the one to which he is going.
CrossReach, the Church of Scotland's social care organisation, has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer to oversee one of the largest care agencies in the country with over 80 services, supporting 2,500 people in need every day.
Over the next few months the Church of Scotland will urge members of congregations to write to alcohol producers and their MSPs in support of the minimum pricing proposals contained in the Alcohol Bill.
The Church of Scotland has responded to the UK Government's reply to the Calman Commission and the fact that there will be a parliamentary White Paper on Scottish independence next week, setting out its principles for discussion.
Faith is the driving force behind “impressive work” in many local communities fighting poverty, a senior government minister has claimed in relation to a visit to a Glasgow-based anti-poverty organisation.