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Reform Magazine | June 13, 2024

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December 2015/January 2016 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Reform Magazine

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Spare a thought for Joseph

27/11/2015 |

It’s Christmas. You’re going to be in the nativity play. What character would you most like to be?” Steve Tomkins (the esteemed editor of this magazine) and I, armed with a video camera, were stopping people in their tracks at … Read More

Christian Activist: Lonely this Christmas

27/11/2015 |

Leanne Clelland tackles loneliness at Christmas

On 25 December 2009, Bezwada Wilson, an activist working with manual scavengers in Delhi, was on a train on his way to work. Although a Christian, Wilson had decided six years previously that he … Read More

Mothers at the mercy of a preventable killer

27/11/2015 |

Last year, malaria killed half a million people, yet it can be prevented by something as simple as a net, and is entirely treatable. Tomilola Ajayi meets the women of Kenya affected by it and reports on one of the … Read More

Niall Cooper: Food for all

27/11/2015 |

One of the most shameful issues facing us as a nation – food poverty

“When you only have £19 for food each week, you end up with the crap stuff.” What will you be eating this Christmas? Will you be … Read More

A letter from… Bethlehem

27/11/2015 |

Nader Abu Amsha reports from Bethlehem

In the north of this globe, markets start warming up for Christmas. The candles, ornaments and music are out, and soon we will start hearing the world hymning “O Little Town of Bethlehem”. But … Read More

Reviews – December 2015/January 2016

27/11/2015 |

Introducing the
 forgotten Gospel

Why the Gospel of Thomas Matters:
The spirituality of incertainties Gethin Abraham-Williams Christian Alternative Books £11.99
 ISBN: 9781782799290

The Gospel of Thomas failed to make it into the canon of the New Testament and … Read More