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Reform Magazine | May 18, 2024

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Here & Now: Heather Moore

29/04/2024 |

Heather Moore tackles faith and physics

One of the things I’ve been asked when people find out I’m a Christian and study physics is how I can believe in both. How can I view both the creation described in Genesis … Read More

Chapter & verse: Acts 1:6-11

29/04/2024 |

Al Barrett gets earthy with the Ascension

The ancient Egyptian myth of Osiris tells of a ‘green’ god, born of earth and sky, a river god in a dangerously overheating world, who offers his cooling waters to the parched earth. … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘Can we discover the meaning of experiences many years later?’

29/04/2024 |

It’s never too late to give thanks, Sheila Maxey finds

I can’t get T S Eliot’s words ‘We had the experience but we missed the meaning’ (Four Quartets: ‘The Dry Salvages’ III) out of my mind just now. My mind … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘I was going to set up The Mus – a museum of halves.’

29/04/2024 |

Paul Kerensa has half a mind to open a museum

I had an idea about 20 years ago. I’ve never mentioned it to anyone. It was a business plan but I have never and will never capitalise on it. I … Read More

Chapter and Verse: Acts 8:26-40

26/03/2024 |

What if we were like Philip? asks Chen Yu-Fen

As a Taiwanese missionary in London, this passage has resonated deeply with me…

Chen Yu-Fen leads the Salt of Light Taiwanese fellowship in London


This is an extract … Read More

Soul stories Mark Robinson

26/03/2024 |

New series. How life changed for Mark Robinson in a Brazilian café

In the vibrant streets of Brazil, amid the rhythmic nuances of languages and cultures, my spouse Tessa and I found ourselves at a small café…

Mark Robinson is … Read More