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Reform Magazine | January 22, 2022

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February 2014

What a Great War!

28/01/2014 |

The anniversary of the First World War is a time to rethink our society’s infatuation with the military, argues Jill Segger

“Every man thinks meanly of himself for not having been a soldier, or not having been at sea.” Samuel … Read More

Saints and singers

27/01/2014 |

The radio presenter Revd Richard Coles talks to Stephen Tomkins about music, media and surprising saints

As a member of the pop group The Communards, Richard Coles was part of the bestselling single of 1986: “Don’t Leave Me This Way”. … Read More

First World War centenary

27/01/2014 |

A list of some of the events marking the 100th anniversary
 of the Great War

No more war A project to research and tell the stories of conscientious objectors, organised by the Peace Pledge Union, who are looking for participants … Read More

Niall Cooper: Stand with the destitute

27/01/2014 |

As we enter another “deep midwinter”, thousands of our fellow citizens continue to struggle to afford the basics. If not you, then potentially your neighbour, fellow church member or others in your street, neighbourhood or wider community will be facing … Read More

A good question: Can war be just?

27/01/2014 |

Each month we ask one question and get four answers.
 This month: Can war be just?


This is an extract from the February 2014 edition of Reform.

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A refreshing stream

27/01/2014 |

On the 40th anniversary of the United Reformed Church’s renewal group, Brian Harley reflects on the contribution of evangelical

When I was a boy in the 1960s, the charismatic renewal was bringing fresh life to many parts of the UK … Read More