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Reform Magazine | April 23, 2019

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John Hick and Chris Sinkinson interview: One truth or many?

24/01/2013 |

Marking the first anniversary of the death of the celebrated philosopher of religion John Hick, Justin Brierley presents one of his last recorded debates – with Old Testament and apologetics scholar, Chris Sinkinson

In February 2011 I invited Professor John … Read More

Editorial: “The lamps are many, but the light is one.”

24/01/2013 |

Lately I’ve been getting this (inadequate, obviously) mental image of what the “divine presence” means to me: It’s like the gas and air you may be offered through a pipe when giving birth.

In this vaporous compound is found the … Read More

Unhindering the Soul

24/01/2013 |

Anyone hoping to discover fresh ways of contemplating the human condition during Lent should try reading the reflections of Julian of Norwich, the 14th Century Christian mystic, says Paul Millward

Little is known of the woman who, it is believed, … Read More

Faith in action: Sister Elizabeth Pio

24/01/2013 |

Sister Elizabeth Pio, nun at the Sisters of Bethany convent in Southsea, Portsmouth

The fact that I’m a Christian is down to sheer curiosity. About 10 years ago I just got curious as to why people went to church and … Read More

Fair Food

24/01/2013 |

In the run-up to this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight, Mike Gidney explains Fairtrade’s latest thinking on food production for the future

The new year had barely begun before the news agenda made it clear that food was going to be a … Read More

Niall Cooper: Blame: a senseless game

24/01/2013 |

As Julia Unwin, director of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has written, we face the prospect of a decade of destitution. Food banks are opening across the country, teachers report children coming to school hungry; advice services and local authorities prepare … Read More