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Reform Magazine | August 21, 2018

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March 2016

Autism: rethink your attitudes

29/02/2016 |

Caroline Henthorne, an autistic Christian, considers how churches can become more inclusive

Imagine that just for today you are God. Your aim for the day is to stop autistic people having difficult lives. What do you do?

The solution you … Read More

A String of Empty Tombs

29/02/2016 |

Resurrection is for life, not just for Easter, says Ronald Rolheiser

Spring and Easter: a conspiracy between nature and religion, creation and redemption, to make newness, to thaw things out, to rejuvenate and re-virginise, to make sunshine, to warm frozen … Read More

Pew challenge

29/02/2016 |

How can we make the best use of church furniture? Reform’s panel shares creative ideas

We use it most of the time we’re in church, but rarely think about it. Is church furniture just somewhere to park yourself, something that … Read More

On the pilgrim way: “Why can’t I just be simply thankful?”

29/02/2016 |

Sheila Maxey asks why it is hard to be thankful for good health

I am surprised – even a little shocked – that I am finding it difficult to be unreservedly thankful when I have every reason to be so. … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Learning to worship

23/02/2016 |

Learning the rules of worship

After becoming a Christian, I joined a church where I had been doing an Alpha course. On that course we sang a hymn each week, so those of us who were not culturally Christian could … Read More

Chapter & Verse: Revelation 21: 1-5

23/02/2016 |

Lawrence Moore decodes the politics of the Apocalypse

What is your theology of nuclear holocaust? By which I mean: do you think God is going to “use” nukes to end human history by destroying the world?

In 1976, I won … Read More