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Reform Magazine | August 17, 2018

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Editorial: Advice from my younger self

26/06/2018 |

It’s the end times for ‘Jumble sales of the apocalypse’. This month’s Reform sees the last of Simon Jenkins’ column after five years. Its lively satire has received both more praise and more complaints than any other part of the … Read More

Hand over the controls

19/06/2018 |

To see truth, says Richard Rohr, we have to hand over the controls to our imagination

The contemplative mind does not tell us what to see, but teaches us how to see what we behold. Contemplation allows us to see … Read More

Jesus in the trenches

29/05/2018 |

Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy, aka Woodbine Willie, first published his reflections from the trenches 100 years ago. In this edited extract, he questions the Almighty

Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy was a British chaplain in the First World War. He earned the nickname … Read More

I am… a Windrush generation immigrant

29/05/2018 |

Catherine Ross on being part of the Windrush generation

I am a black Caribbean, born on the sunny island of St Kitts in 1951. I left my island home at seven years old to settle in England, and was one … Read More

A good question: Is Britain unwelcoming?

29/05/2018 |

One question, four answers


These are extracts from an article that was published in the June 2018 edition of  Reform

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Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Worship screensaver mode

29/05/2018 |

Simon Jenkins tackles worship screensaver mode

I was speaking in church recently, and was just hitting peak preach – a bit like the thundering of Niagara Falls after a few weeks of heavy rain – when I made the error … Read More