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Reform Magazine | January 23, 2022

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A bad promise

29/11/2021 |

The author Philip Yancey talks to Stephen Tomkins

Philip Yancey is one of the United States’ bestselling Christian authors. While that fact may not automatically endear him to all Reform readers, his repeated themes of God’s grace and his own … Read More

Sitting in the road to disaster

02/11/2021 |

Ruth Jarman, environmental activist, talks to Stephen Tomkins

A founding member of Christian Climate Action, Ruth Jarman has been arrested repeatedly in an attempt to get Britain to tackle the climate crisis. At the time of our interview, she was … Read More

Up from the streets

24/09/2021 |

Claud Jackson talks to Stephen Tomkins about finding value in a world of drugs and guns

Claud Jackson was a young man of tremendous, but vulnerable, enthusiasms. Some come up in this interview. One that does not, but he mentions … Read More

Trial and error

31/08/2021 |

Quaker activist and co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, Ian Bray, talks to Stephen Tomkins

Ian Bray, one of the creators of the Extinction Rebellion campaign for action on climate catastrophe, is a Quaker and a member of Christian Climate Action. In … Read More

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