even carrying adverts.Not that any old ads are acceptable:
However, adverts for alcohol, gambling and tobacco would not be welcome.Fair enough: it's their site and they can choose whom to allow to use it, although it does seem rather strange to ban adverts for loans considering that a large proportion of Kirk members probably work in Edinburgh's vast financial services industry.
Neither would ones for loans or anything which, the report states, might be "ethically questionable".
I couldn't help recalling some earlier news from the Kirk:
Churches across Scotland are to sound a wake-up call to the leaders of the G8 countries at the Gleneagles summit.Again, it's their organisation and they're free to run it however they like, but this time I'm wondering whether any of the Church authorities are even aware that there's considerable controversy over whether global warming is caused by human activities, whether it is, on balance, harmful, and whether the sort of expenditures demanded by the green lobby would benefit mankind far more if spent in other ways. In short, what I'm asking is whether the Kirk would welcome adverts on its website from this gentleman, and if not, why not?
The Kirk is demanding action over climate change from the world's most powerful leaders - a key theme of Britain's G8 presidency.