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Reform Magazine | August 13, 2020

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Changing to stay faithful

26/06/2020 |

John Bradbury, incoming United Reformed Church General Secretary, talks to Stephen Tomkins

When the Revd Dr John Bradbury was nominated to be General Secretary of the United Reformed Church in 2019, he could hardly have pictured the circumstances in which … Read More

Linking arms

29/05/2020 |

Amanda Khozi Mukwashi, Christian Aid’s Chief Executive, talks to Stephen Tomkins

Amanda Khozi Mukwashi often uses the word ubuntu, which comes from Zulu and Xhosa origins. Archbishop Desmond Tutu defined it as ‘our humanness, caring, hospitality, our sense of connectedness, … Read More

Interview: Age to age

24/04/2020 |

Bob Weighton, oldest man in the world, talks to Stephen Tomkins

[Bob Weighton died on 28 May 2020. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.]

Bob Weighton was born on 29 March 1908, the same year as Bette … Read More

Interview: Protest, prayers and the odd duck

30/03/2020 |

Having left school in Melbourne with little in the way of qualifications, Michael Leunig has gone on to become a cartoonist, writer, painter, philosopher and poet. His work appears in Melbourne’s The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald, as well … Read More

Interview: It was good

21/02/2020 |

Ruth Valerio of Tearfund talks to Stephen Tomkins

The climate crisis is about as contemporary as anything can be, and an issue for far into the future, but Ruth Valerio’s response is to take us right back to the beginning. … 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