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Reform Magazine | February 22, 2018

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July/August 2014

Commitment-Phobe: A break from church-shopping

27/06/2014 |

I think I am going to take a break from church-shopping. I have been going to church for almost a year now and it has made me realise that I enjoy communion with others; that singing and dancing help me … Read More

Niall Cooper: Hunger: It’s time to act

27/06/2014 |

No one should go hungry. It’s time to act

Whilst the wealth of the richest in society continues to soar, millions of families are continuing to fall further below the breadline. In May last year, Church Action on Poverty’s “Walking … Read More

On the pilgrim way: Finding welcome in Shetland

27/06/2014 |

On holiday in the Shetland Islands, we are being refreshed by immersing ourselves in a different culture, landscape and history. We have both aged in the six years since our last visit, and cannot do the long walks over rough … Read More

Editorial: How fragile we are

27/06/2014 |

I’m writing in June, and, with so much talk of the First World War, I̕m wondering what today would look like if we turned back the calendar 100 years. It turns out it’s the first day of Ascot, with new … Read More

Chapter and Verse: Matthew 16:18

27/06/2014 |

Susan Durber reflects on church decline

Jesus said: “… And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.” Matthew 16:18

I’d decided to … Read More

That’s the Spirit

26/06/2014 |

Is a personal Holy Spirit a figment of Christian insecurity? Chris Avis argues for a rethink

When – as in Reform̕s A Good Question feature in May – people discuss “Who is the Holy Spirit?”, I feel my hackles rise … Read More