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Reform Magazine | August 5, 2021

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We will remember them

29/06/2021 |

Anne Samson, who took part in the recent review into war graves, considers the importance of our final resting places

Dealing with the dead is part of my job as an historian of the First World War in Africa –remembering … Read More

A cure for Covid: Tax

29/06/2021 |

President Biden’s tax reforms could save lower income countries from the pandemic, says Justin Thacker

‘We are on our toes all the time,’ said a friend of mine from India who lives his daily life in fear of Covid. The … Read More

And this gives us hope…

29/06/2021 |

How the Church is responding to developments in Israel and Palestine, by Philip Brooks

Inside the Ibdaa Cultural Centre in Bethlehem hangs a striking mural. It depicts a large keyhole through which can be glimpsed an empty land. Around the … Read More

The fight goes on

29/06/2021 |

The UK may, as we fervently hope, be emerging from the pandemic, however unsteadily. But poorer parts of the world are still in the midst of its ravages, and even here it will take a lot of work to repair … Read More

Busyness as usual

22/06/2021 |

As churches reopen, let’s make more time to stop and listen, says Mark Tubby

Churches are pretty good at getting on and doing things, various projects springing up all the time. Many churches find that offering help or a home … Read More

In pastures green

28/05/2021 |

Now is the perfect time for churches to be creating community gardens, says Hazel Southam of Bible Society

Please do walk on the grass round the wildflower labyrinth!’ reads the wooden sign. This is not the usual forbidding ‘Keep off’ … Read More