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Reform Magazine | November 21, 2017

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September 2014

A change for the better

22/08/2014 |

Justyn Rees Larcombe talks to Stephen Tomkins about the gambling addiction that lost him his family, his job and £750,000

He may not have had it all, but he had quite a lot of it: A grand house, fast car, … Read More

Niall Cooper: Struggling, but NICE

22/08/2014 |

Hearing the voices of those who struggle

Ray Wright spent a decade in prison for armed robbery, which was committed at the peak of his drug addiction; since he came out of prison three years ago, he has been clean … Read More

Chapter and Verse: Mark 4:35-41

22/08/2014 |

David Grosch-Miller examines the tension between anxiety and trust

… They woke him up and said to him: “Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing?” He woke up and rebuked the wind, and said to the sea: “Peace! … Read More

A letter from… Faisalabad, Pakistan

22/08/2014 |

Underground Christianity in Pakistan

Christians are a very severely persecuted minority in Pakistan, and our living conditions here are very poor. Most leaders are afraid to speak up for Christians. I have done so on many occasions, and, as a … Read More

Reviews – September 2014

22/08/2014 |

The greatest ape

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Directed by Matt Reeves Certificate 12A, 130 minutes Released on 17 July

Charlton Heston cursing humanity – “God damn you all to hell!” – at the close of the original … Read More

Editorial: A thought experiment about Worms

22/08/2014 |

Stop me if you’ve heard this one, but, in 1521, Martin Luther was interrogated at the Diet of Worms, and went there knowing it would probably cost him his life. He was shown the books he had written in the … Read More