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Reform Magazine | October 16, 2021

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Editorial: The voice of disruption

24/09/2021 |

I ended last month’s editorial on the climate crisis with the conclusion that ‘I need to put my history books to one side and take to the streets’.

Saying I’ll do something doesn’t always make it happen, but this time … Read More

Editorial: Putting the history books to one side

31/08/2021 |

What does it say about me, that when anything huge happens on a national or international scale, I think about it in terms of what questions kids will have to answer about it in the history exams of the future? … Read More

Editorial: Where does hope come from?

29/06/2021 |

Before the G7 summit in Cornwall in June, religious leaders, as we report in News (pages 5–7), put all the pressure that they could on the politicians involved to achieve constructive agreements to take action on things that matter.

They … Read More

Editorial: Something to say

28/05/2021 |

When I became editor of Reform in 2013, the team and I reworked the design and content of the magazine. The one idea I had that no one went with was dropping the editorial. I figured no one particularly wanted … Read More

Editorial: Embracing stillness

23/04/2021 |

In 2014, Timothy Wilson, a social psychologist at the University of Virginia, got hundreds of students and other volunteers to take part in what he called ‘thinking periods’, for a research project. He asked the participants to sit and think … Read More

Editorial: Sceptics can be true followers

26/03/2021 |

There’s an odd little story at the beginning of John’s Gospel, where a fellow called Nathanael hears about Jesus of Nazereth and makes a rude comment about the town. When they meet, Jesus drily commends Nathanael’s honesty.

‘What?’ says Nathanael. … Read More