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Reform Magazine | June 26, 2022

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December 2019/January 2020

Art in focus: December 2019/January 2020

27/12/2019 |

Journey of the Magi (detail) Basilica Sant’Apollinare Nuovo, mosaic

Did you send a Christmas card featuring three kings, with crowns, riding on camels against a night sky in which a special star is glinting? Lots of people did. But because … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: God’s whispers

22/11/2019 |

Am I hearing God’s whispers?

We were reading some Greek myths with my daughter this week. We love them, she loves them. There is the one about Prometheus stealing the gift of fire and being punished for it. My husband … Read More

Here & now: Diana Paulding

22/11/2019 |

Diana Paulding visits Hebron

Standing on the corner of a street in Hebron (pictured), the Palestinian activist Issa Amro told us that we had more rights than him in his hometown. Our British passports meant that we could follow the … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘God has lifted my spirits’

22/11/2019 |

The God of surprises has recently given me new hope, in unexpected places. I recently went, rather unwillingly, to our local Labour Party selection meeting, to choose our parliamentary candidate. We are a safe Conservative seat, so for Labour it … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘How about a Christmassy change to your post-service beverage mingling?’

22/11/2019 |

Paul Kerensa on festive feasts

I wonder whether people loiter longer over their post-service beverages at this time of year. Surely, we crave the warmth. But instead of those biscuits, how about a Christmas change up? Mince pies might go … Read More

Editorial: Christmas or politics?

22/11/2019 |

This December brings us perhaps the most important general election in a generation. An occasion of anxiety and alarm for people of quite different perspectives, of nationwide division, of misinformation, of grave decisions.

It also brings us Christmas. Which would … Read More