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Reform Magazine | April 24, 2018

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July/August 2016

A good question: Scrap the Church?

06/07/2016 |

One question, four answers

Four events run by the United Reformed Church at this summer’s Greenbelt festival explore the same question: Scrap the Church? Reform joins the debate. Is the Church what Jesus had in mind when he talked of … Read More

A Muslim’s Jesus

06/07/2016 |

In the second of this series hearing insights into Jesus from people of other faiths, Anjum Anwar brings an Islamic perspective to the Gospels

At the tender age of 11, in the late 1960s, I was given my very first … Read More

Twitter #Testament

06/07/2016 |

The theologian Ben Myers @FaithTheology has tweeted the Bible, condensing each book into the regulation 140 characters and creating what he calls “the world’s shortest (and most unreliable) commentary on the whole Bible”. Here is his New Testament

#Matthew We … Read More

Credit where credit’s due

06/07/2016 |

The Church, the fall of Wonga and the rise of credit unions. David Barclay sees how Christians are putting their money where their faith is

In the summer of 2013 the Church in the UK was front page news for … Read More

God’s work

06/07/2016 |

Stan Hazell visits an award-winning community initiative focussed on jobseekers

The sale of some church land to Tesco left members of Glenorchy United Reformed Church in Exmouth wondering what they should do with the proceeds. The result is its work … Read More

On the pilgrim way: Listening to difference

06/07/2016 |

Sheila Maxey faces the challenge of listening to difference

I have long been impressed by Jean Vanier and the L’Arche communities he founded, where people with learning disabilities live with those who society considers normal. I planned to spend my … Read More