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Reform Magazine | July 27, 2021

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Faith through new eyes

29/06/2021 |

Rachel Pieh Jones talks to Reform about learning Christianity from Muslims

Rachel Pieh Jones grew up thinking of Muslims as dangerous and different, unbelievers who needed to hear God’s plan of salvation explained so that they could become Christians. In … Read More

Interview: True colour

28/05/2021 |

Chine McDonald talks to Stephen Tomkins about race and faith

Moving from Nigeria to the UK at the age of four, Chine McDonald grew up in both a society and a faith that seemed to presume everyone was white, including … Read More

Interview: The same thing differently

23/04/2021 |

Clare Downing and Peter Pay, Moderators of the United Reformed Church General Assembly, talk to Reform

After Peter Pay and the Revd Clare Downing were elected as Moderators of the United Reformed Church in 2018, Peter predicted: ‘Our period of … Read More

Interview: A humbler Church

26/03/2021 |

The new Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, talks to Stephen Tomkins

Stephen Cottrell recalls the time a barista at Caffè Nero in Paddington Station asked him why he became a priest. She suggested that while religion seemed a mere hobby … Read More

Interview: Higher goal

01/03/2021 |

Former England striker Eniola Aluko talks to Charissa King

The name ‘Eniola’, from Nigerian Yoruba culture, means ‘person of wealth’. It might sound like an apt phrase to describe a former England striker, now commentator and football executive. But Eniola … Read More

Interview: Plastic rap

29/01/2021 |

Miriam Turner, Co-Chief Executive of Friends of the Earth, talks to Stephen Tomkins

Friends of the Earth’s first ever campaign action was to return thousands of empty bottles to the London headquarters of Cadbury Schweppes in 1971, to promote reuse. … Read More