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Reform Magazine | June 14, 2024

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December 2023/January 2024 Archives - Reform Magazine

Joy to the world

12/12/2023 |

Paul Kerensa is a stand-up comedian, author, scriptwriter and podcaster. His current podcast is The British Broadcasting Century about the BBC; another is Christmas: What The Falalalala on Audible.

When did you first realise you were funny?I’ve been thinking of … Read More

Art in Focus: December 2023

12/12/2023 |

Flight into EgyptWalter Ritchie, 1919–1997Brick relief sculpture

‘Then Joseph got up, took the child and his mother by night, and went to Egypt, and remained there until the death of Herod.’

For how many Christmases have we heard those words, … Read More

Reviews December 2023/January 2024

12/12/2023 |

The cycle of life

SamsaraDirected by Lois PatiñoCertificate U, 113 minutesReleased 26 January

Broadly speaking, this film is in three parts. The first takes place in Laos, in east Asia, where the predominant religion is Buddhism. The second is the … Read More

A good question: Is Britain a sexually dysfunctional society?

12/12/2023 |

One question, four answers

Carla Grosch-Miller‘Sexual development is the arena for spiritual growth’

My professional doctorate is in the area of sexual and spiritual integration, so I am delighted to have the opportunity to consider what a sexually functional society … Read More

Jesus and… Incarnation

12/12/2023 |

A series on what we have to learn from and about Jesus on a range of subjects. This month, Hannah Fytche on ‘the Word made flesh’

Near where I live there’s a perfect spot from which to watch for kingfishers. … Read More

Reform’s Christmas Charity Guide

12/12/2023 |

As Noddy Holder put it so well in Slade’s 1973 hit ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’: ‘It’s Christmas!’ Fairy lights and mince pies, carols and baubles, jingle and ding dong. Yum! But why be content with merely celebrating and getting stuff, when … Read More