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Reform Magazine | August 17, 2018

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A letter from… an Irish minister in exile

26/06/2018 |

John McNeil Scott reflects on how Ireland has both grown and regressed

Margaret Atwood famously described the Canada/US border as the world’s longest one-way mirror. Similarly, the view from west to east across the Irish Sea is always clear, while … Read More

A letter from… Singapore

29/05/2018 |

Peter Cruchley writes to ‘Auntie May’ from Singapore

Chinese media outlets nicknamed Theresa May, the UK Prime Minister, ‘Auntie May’, after her three-day visit to Beijing early this year. The term ‘auntie’ is used for key allies of Beijing

 

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A letter from… Syria

30/04/2018 |

Joseph Kassab reports from Syria

The Church in Syria and Lebanon is still going through tragic circumstances, alongside all people in our two countries. At a time when churches are struggling to keep up their mission and services in difficult … Read More

A letter from… Taiwan

27/03/2018 |

Victor Hsu reports on the struggle for justice in Taiwan

Recently, waiting staff in two different Australian restaurants were fired after they identified their nationality to employers. In the Winter Olympic Games, this country was not allowed to display its … Read More

A letter from… Washington DC

23/02/2018 |

Sandy Sorensen reports from Trump’s Washington

The year 2017 was a particularly challenging one for faith-based policy advocates working for justice in Washington DC. It seemed that a new crisis emerged every week. Around every corner was yet another attack … Read More

A letter from… a European in the UK

26/01/2018 | 1

Leonora Jagessar-Visser’t Hooft urges UK churches to discuss Brexit

I am preparing my sermon for Sunday and again, I will make mention of Brexit. I will say: ‘There are many things that leave an imprint on us as we journey through … Read More