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Reform Magazine | September 23, 2019

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On the pilgrim way: ‘Longer term memory is a blessing’

23/08/2019 |

Sheila Maxey reflects on memory

Memory is a touchy subject among old people like me because we are all experiencing short-term memory loss. What did I come upstairs for? Why can’t I remember the name of my neighbour? It is … Read More

Here & now: Sophie Dorling

23/08/2019 |

Sophie Dorling is searching for work

‘No, I’m still looking.’ These four words have crossed my lips countless times in recent weeks and months. ‘There’s just nothing out there’ – an all-too-common phrase also. Job hunting isn’t something I like … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘Schools must step up religious education’

23/08/2019 |

Paul Kerensa questions the religious education get out clause

The email from my daughter’s school was titled ‘Rabbit visit’. Aww, I thought. She likes animals. I wonder if she’ll get to stroke its big floppy ears? But when the spelling … Read More

A letter from… Budapest

23/08/2019 |

Balázs Ódor writes from the Church in Budapest, Hungary

It is deucedly difficult to tell a lie when you don’t know the truth,’ reads the opening sentence of a rather famous book, Celestial Harmonies, by the Hungarian writer, Péter Esterházy. … Read More

Chapter & verse: Luke 16:1-13

23/08/2019 |

Rosalind Selby grapples with a puzzling parable

This parable can only be found in Luke’s Gospel, and it’s a parable many of us might feel puzzled mightily by. Unlike, say, the parable of the good Samaritan, where it’s rather clearer … Read More

I am… a haemophiliac

23/08/2019 |

Olly Black on living with haemophilia

I kept getting bruises all over when I was six months old. My dad’s mum thought my mum and dad were beating me. They took me for tests, and found out I had genetic … Read More