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Reform Magazine | November 20, 2017

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April 2017

Interview: Starving for acceptance

27/03/2017 |

Elizabeth McNaught talks to Charissa King and Stephen Tomkins

In 2005, Elizabeth McNaught was a happy, healthy 13-year-old. At the age of 14, she was hospitalised by life-threatening anorexia. Now, as a medical doctor, she has told the story of … Read More

Praying in the street

27/03/2017 |

If people are not coming to church, does that mean they have no interest in what the Gospel has to offer? Or are there other ways of engaging with people who are only too ready to talk about spiritual things? … Read More

‘Just one thing…’

27/03/2017 |

Intentional teaching can transform lives. Knowing this, Gill Nichol discovers the vision of theological educators from different Christian traditions

Almost all of us can remember that one teacher who, because of their passion, determination, or their sheer love for their … Read More

When Jesus met Adam and Eve

27/03/2017 |

Rowan Williams reflects on the Easter Story – as told by an icon

For some people, when they first encounter an icon of the resurrection, it’s just a little bit puzzling. There is Jesus descending to the dead, taking Adam … Read More

A Good Question: What is the Christian story?

27/03/2017 |

One question, four answers

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This article was published in the April 2017 edition of  Reform

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Niall Cooper: What’s in a name?

27/03/2017 |

On problems with labels, stereotypes and location prejudice

‘Come, friendly bombs, and fall on Slough! /It isn’t fit for humans now, /There isn’t grass to graze a cow.’

It’s easy now to smile at the opening words of Betjeman’s famous poem, ‘Slough’, written … Read More