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Reform Magazine | October 28, 2020

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February 2018

My neighbour, the Robot

26/01/2018 |

We are creating a new species, says Nigel Cameron, and Christians need to think seriously about what this will mean

The world will soon be teeming with new creatures. It promises to be wonderful, and to be terrible, but above … Read More

A life of rhyme

26/01/2018 |

Poet, performer, musician and author Benjamin Zephaniah speaks to Charissa King

It’s 2011, and a group of students are in heated debate. ‘Benjamin Zephaniah’s at this university,’ says one. ‘You’re telling lies!’ says another: ‘Zephaniah’s a rebel – he wouldn’t … Read More

A good question: Ageing congregations: Blessing or problem?

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One question, four answers

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These are extracts from an article that was published in the February 2018 edition of  Reform

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Walking together: Intergenerational church

26/01/2018 |

How much richer church life could be, says Sam Richards, if all age groups did everything together

Lois is my biblical hero. She is mentioned in passing in 2 Timothy as Timothy’s grandmother, along with her daughter Eunice, Timothy’s mother. … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Baffling hymns

26/01/2018 |

Simon Jenkins on baffling hymns

This Christmas just gone, in the middle of singing one of the season’s best-loved carols, right in the middle of the line: ‘Lo, he abhors not the virgin’s womb,’ I found myself wondering why we … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: My goals for 2018

26/01/2018 |

This year, God’s in charge

Ah February, the graveyard of New Year’s resolutions. OK, for some it’s pat-on-the-back month. A friend of mine, who before becoming a Christian never made goals for herself, is so proud of hers this year … Read More