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Reform Magazine | June 26, 2022

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Editorial: In the eyes of a timeless God

24/06/2022 |

Three years ago on this page I wrote about the quiet dread I felt at the imminent prospect of our firstborn going away to university and the dawning era of the empty nest. Now he is completing his degree, and … Read More

Editorial: In praise of ministers

28/05/2022 |

One Friday night in 1983, aged 13, I was cycling back from my church youth group. Not being the most confident cyclist, when I had to turn right on London Road, I dismounted and pushed my bike across the road. … Read More

Editorial: There’s something about Mary

27/04/2022 |

The month of May is particularly associated with Mary the mother of Jesus in Catholicism. Not that there are too many months that aren’t associated with Mary in Catholicism.

The first of January is the solemnity of Mary, marking the … Read More

Editorial: Peace in a warring world?

28/03/2022 |

When Richard Nixon won the US election in 1968, the Vietnam war had continued for 13 years. His campaign promised ‘peace with honour’, but as President he failed to bring negotiations with the north Vietnamese to a resolution.

So he … Read More

Editorial: Responding to uncertainty

25/02/2022 |

My family and I have often talked about how this strange time we’re living through will remain in our memory. The masks are an obvious one. I imagine finding one down the back of a chest of drawers years from … Read More

Editorial: Partied out

28/01/2022 |

The Gospel reading for the Sunday before this edition of Reform went to press was the wedding in Cana, where Jesus turns water into wine. Preaching on it this time last year, I was struck by how out-of-key with our … Read More