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Reform Magazine | July 30, 2021

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May 2014

Paths to Peace

28/04/2014 |

Israelis and Palestinians tell their stories from the struggle for rights and reconciliation. Edited by Stephen Tomkins; photographs by Tom Pilston

The soldier Avihai Stollar

My father and grandfather had been soldiers, and when they told their stories, their eyes … Read More

Niall Cooper: What makes a good society?

28/04/2014 |

What it means to be a “good society” is a fundamental question for all of us. What values underpin a good society? And what can we do as individuals, churches and wider communities to put it into practice locally?

Over … Read More

Reviews – May 2014

28/04/2014 |

An earnest epic

Noah Directed by Darren Aronofsky Certificate 12A, 137 minutes Released on 4 April

After years of controversy, Noah – Darren Aronofsky’s blood-and-thunder biblical epic – has finally been released. Bad press began in 2012, when a leaked … Read More

A good question: Who is the Holy Spirit?

28/04/2014 |

Every month we ask one question and get four answers. This month: Who is the Holy Spirit?



This is an extract from the May 2014 edition of Reform.

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Introducing… Bonhoeffer

28/04/2014 |

In this occasional feature, a contemporary writer introduces a classic thinker. This month: Simon Barrow on Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Bonhoeffer is important for all kinds of reasons. He combined a prayerful and Christological approach to theological exploration, with a determination to … Read More

Who’s pushing?

28/04/2014 |

Martin Camroux assesses the damage that increasing inequality is doing to society

As a minister, you are used to people knocking on the door asking for money or food. Often they have alcohol or drug problems, or have suffered a … Read More