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Reform Magazine | December 15, 2017

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Interview: Objection sustained

24/11/2017 |

Human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith talks to Stephen Tomkins

Though he has been listed by The Times as one of Britain’s most powerful lawyers, Clive Stafford Smith has never been paid by one of his hundreds of clients. He … Read More

Building up the Castle

24/11/2017 |

With 19 members and a building about to be demolished, Crossway United Reformed Church might have disappeared. Instead, as Peter Stevenson recounts, it became a religious hub at the heart of the community

When I came to Crossway, south London, … Read More

Linking arms around the world

24/11/2017 |

How can the global Christian community address the needs of today’s world? Reform joins a round table discussion

Representatives of two North American Churches embarked on a 17-day tour of global partner churches in September. The United Church of Christ … Read More

Christmas among the cows

24/11/2017 |

What’s so special about a baby in a cattle shed? asks Susan Durber

There is something utterly extraordinary that we celebrate at Christmas. But it is not, I think, that a baby was once born in a stable. There was … Read More

Reviews – December 2017/January 2018

24/11/2017 |

How do people cope?

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Directed by Martin McDonagh Certificate 12A, 105 minutes Released 12 January

Outraged at police slowness in solving her daughter’s rape and murder case, Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) commissions the eponymous three … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Happy Festivus

24/11/2017 |

Simon Jenkins discovers the Festivus Pole

I must admit, I’m a sucker for Christmas traditions. The jingling of sleigh bells, the singing of carols, the obviously fake beards of the Santas, the Christmas pudding dense enough to trigger a black … Read More