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Reform Magazine | November 21, 2017

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December 2014/January 2015

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Badvent

01/12/2014 |

Simon Jenkins introduces the “Badvent” calendar

Standing in the queue at Tesco a few weeks ago, I was eyeing up the impulse buys at the till and wondering whether to go for a two-for-the-price-of-one pouch of Maltesers, when my eyes … Read More

Niall Cooper: To heat, or eat?

01/12/2014 |

The chilling effects of fuel poverty

Advent may be a time of hope and expectation, but it is also, for many, a time of dread. As the thermometer starts to plummet, increasing numbers of people are faced with the unenviable … Read More

In the Flesh – Part two: Sex and the Church

01/12/2014 |

In the second of a three-part series to promote discussion on questions about sex and God,
Carla Grosch-Miller explores how Christian teaching has developed over the centuries

Christian tradition has always been intellectually lively and dynamic, forged in argument and wrestling … Read More

“All of one size”: Deaths, births and marriages

01/12/2014 |

Why same-sex marriage should not divide the Church, by Alan Sell

… Though a man may be poor and in tatters and rags, We know that we ought not deride, But remember the adage, we’ve all got … Read More

Delivering hope

01/12/2014 |

Four Kenyan women benefitting from Christian Aid’s maternal and child health programme 
share their stories. Photographs by Matthew Gonzalez-Noda

Four women in Narok County, Kenya, talk about how giving birth has changed since the maternal health project there renovated their … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: A Christian Christmas

01/12/2014 |

“Reading the Bible, I’ve started to feel like
 I am hanging out with an old friend”

Having decided to move on from atheism, Commitment-Phobe is on a search for God

This year I face the question: What is Christmas about … Read More