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Reform Magazine | June 26, 2022

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July/August 2021

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

We will remember them

29/06/2021 |

Anne Samson, who took part in the recent review into war graves, considers the importance of our final resting places

Dealing with the dead is part of my job as an historian of the First World War in Africa –remembering … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘I’ve always wanted to write half a children’s book’

29/06/2021 |

Last summer, the author, speaker and green guru Ruth Valerio asked if I fancied writing a children’s book with her. I was excited – I’ve always wanted to write half a children’s book. That the other half would be written … Read More

Editorial: Where does hope come from?

29/06/2021 |

Before the G7 summit in Cornwall in June, religious leaders, as we report in News (pages 5–7), put all the pressure that they could on the politicians involved to achieve constructive agreements to take action on things that matter.

They … Read More

Reviews – July/August 2021

29/06/2021 |

Creator of the Moomins

ToveDirected by Zaida BergrothCertificate 12, 103 minutesReleased 9 July

The Swedish-speaking Finnish writer and artist Tove Jansson is best known as the creator of the Moomins, a friendly family of trolls who live in Moominvalley, who … Read More

Art in Focus – July/August 2021

29/06/2021 |

St Augustine’s Confessions, Part 3 (Series)Gillian Lever, 2016

Sometimes abstract art can go to the heart of things. This joyful image was made by artist Gillian Lever. She says, ‘Art making for me is a mindful and mystical occupation, centring … Read More