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Reform Magazine | October 19, 2017

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June 2017

Interview: The race set before us

26/05/2017 |

Rebekah Gregory, a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing talks to Stephen Tomkins and Charissa King

Rebekah Gregory and her five-year-old son Noah were cheering on a friend at the finishing line of the Boston Marathon on 15 April 2013 … Read More

A good question: How can we promote the common good?

26/05/2017 |

One question, four answers

 

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The age of loneliness

26/05/2017 |

Loneliness is epidemic among older people in Britain but churches are well placed to make a difference, says Debbie Thrower

Most of us have put on the television at some point when we are at home on our own, just … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: The inhumanity of pews

26/05/2017 |

Simon Jenkins on the inhumanity of pews

One of the worst things in the world is having to stay awake when your brain has already decided it’s time to shut down. This mostly happens to me as I slump in … Read More

Pat Finlow: Party time

26/05/2017 |

As this short election season comes to a climax on 8 June, Pat Finlow of Christians in Politics has one more slogan for Christians to hear

Elections tend to attract slogans of one kind or another: pithy sayings that capture … Read More

If pulpits could talk

26/05/2017 |

From modern Communion tables to ancient pews, Stephen Tomkins hears the stories told by church furniture

For my art O level, one of the subjects for paintings was simply ‘A church’. I lovingly reproduced my own church in oils. ‘Err, yeah,’ … Read More