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Reform Magazine | April 23, 2019

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December 2014/January 2015

In the Flesh – Part two: Sex and the Church

01/12/2014 |

In the second of a three-part series to promote discussion on questions about sex and God,
Carla Grosch-Miller explores how Christian teaching has developed over the centuries

Christian tradition has always been intellectually lively and dynamic, forged in argument and wrestling … Read More

“All of one size”: Deaths, births and marriages

01/12/2014 |

Why same-sex marriage should not divide the Church, by Alan Sell

… Though a man may be poor and in tatters and rags, We know that we ought not deride, But remember the adage, we’ve all got … Read More

Delivering hope

01/12/2014 |

Four Kenyan women benefitting from Christian Aid’s maternal and child health programme 
share their stories. Photographs by Matthew Gonzalez-Noda

Four women in Narok County, Kenya, talk about how giving birth has changed since the maternal health project there renovated their … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: A Christian Christmas

01/12/2014 |

“Reading the Bible, I’ve started to feel like
 I am hanging out with an old friend”

Having decided to move on from atheism, Commitment-Phobe is on a search for God

This year I face the question: What is Christmas about … Read More

A letter from… Luhe, China

01/12/2014 |

Jimmy Lam reports on Christmas in rural China

Christmas in the rural communities of Luhe reminds me of Psalm 96:12: “Let the field exult, and everything in it! Then shall all the trees of the forest sing for joy.” The … Read More

Christian Activist: Churches against Ebola

01/12/2014 |

Some of West Africa’s poorest countries are facing national emergencies as they wrestle with the Ebola outbreak which has claimed more than 5,000 lives. Ebola is making orphans, severely stretching local health services, hitting the national economies hard, and putting … Read More