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Reform Magazine | August 14, 2022

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May 2014

Christian activist: Forgive us our trespasses

28/04/2014 |

Justin Whelan reports on a prayer-trespass

If you honestly thought your government was perpetrating evil, how far would you be willing to go to stop them? We often look back to Nazi Germany, or apartheid South Africa, and ask why more … Read More

Chapter & verse: 2 Corinthians 5: 14-21

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How does the death and resurrection of Jesus save us? And how does it shape Church life/give it Christian distinctiveness? Paul’s answer is “reconciliation!” That is his term for the ways in which God overcomes all the hostility and brokenness … 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