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Reform Magazine | October 22, 2019

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Editorial: Empty nest

27/09/2019 |

Thirty-one years ago this month, I unexpectedly got a place a St Martin’s College, Lancaster, and my mum drove me up the motorway from London.

As we were early, we walked around the town in the rain, without managing to … Read More

Editorial: A small step

23/08/2019 |

In Cole Porter’s wonderful 1934 song You’re the Top, a couple tell each other how terrific they are. Each likens the other to a succession of delightful things and people – a mix of timeless classics and up-to-the-minute sensations, from … Read More

Editorial: Listen to the young

28/06/2019 |

Who’d be young in 2019? I mean, yes, I’d jump at the chance to go back, parade my beautiful flowing locks and make all those stupid mistakes again. But there’s a bit more to the deal than that, isn’t there? … Read More

Editorial: The great ordeal

20/05/2019 |

I don’t expect the Bible always to be topical and probably wouldn’t like it as much if it was, but I was struck by how much one of the readings this Sunday had to say about recent events.

A … Read More

Editorial: In defence of blasphemy

29/04/2019 |

A date unlikely ever to become part of the Church calendar – on 7 November 1979 Monty Python’s Life of Brian was released. It is now back in cinemas to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

It is a marker of … Read More

Editorial: The complacent stand condemned

01/04/2019 |

Sometimes, seeing your children in action can take you back to your younger days. What mine did last week took me back to the 18th century.

The story of the abolition of the slave trade and of slavery itself … Read More