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Reform Magazine | October 29, 2020

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February 2020

On the pilgrim way: ‘January blues have hit’

28/01/2020 |

The January blues hit me early this year – on New Year’s Eve. For the past 30, or even 40 years, we have brought in the new year at my husband’s brother’s home in Lincolnshire. Because the brothers had a … Read More

Art in focus: February 2020

27/01/2020 |

Die Taufe (The Baptism) Adi Holzer

The Austrian artist Adi Holzer is quoted as saying: ‘The artist has the task of making the invisible visible, to trace the secrets of existence.’ Here, he takes an unusual and uncompromising look at … Read More

A good question: What role should children play in church?

24/01/2020 |

One question, four answers

This is an extract from an article that was published in the February 2020 edition of Reform

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Editorial: A problem with robes

24/01/2020 |

What kind of person would split a nationwide Church because they disapprove of the clothes the ministers wear? Someone with no sense of proportion? A fanatic? Someone who places their own opinions above the mission of the Church?

This is … Read More

Reviews – February 2020

24/01/2020 |

Poor family, rich family

ParasiteDirected by Bong Joon HoCertificate 15, 132 minutesReleased 7 February

With income inequality on the rise in the UK, this Oscar-nominated, edge-of-the seat thriller from South Korea couldn’t be more pertinent. A poor family struggling to … Read More

Interview: Muslim feminist

24/01/2020 |

Writer and activist Mariam Khan talks to Stephen Tomkins

Mariam Khan had what she describes as a pivotal moment four years ago when she heard the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, talk about Muslim women being ‘traditionally submissive’. As an … Read More