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Reform Magazine | July 27, 2021

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June 2020

Art in Focus – June 2020

26/06/2020 |

Die Speisung (The Feeding)Nikola Saric, watercolour on canvas

The Serbian German painter Nikola Sarić came to sudden prominence in 2015 because of his Icon of the Holy Martyrs of Libya (see ‘Art in focus’, Reform, September 2018.) Sarić was horrified … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘He clashes with their candles and calm’

29/05/2020 |

Paul Kerensa on how the Church can serve introverts and extroverts alike

Introverts, extroverts, converts: lend me your ears. This is the third and final column in a series of three, pondering how the Church can serve introverts and extroverts … Read More

Editorial: Read online for free

29/05/2020 |

Uncertain times. We had to rearrange this month’s Reform interview after the original interviewee was forced to pull out at the last moment because of the hospitalisation of a spouse. Huge thanks to Amanda Khozi Mukwashi of Christian Aid for … Read More

Reviews – June 2020

29/05/2020 |

Twenty shorts

The Uncertain KingdomVarious UK directorsCertificate 15, 20 x ten minutes approximatelyReleased online from 1 June: BFI Player, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and Curzon Home Cinema

Why watch one film when you can watch 20?

The Uncertain Kingdom is … Read More

Interview: 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

A good question: This is my body. Really?

29/05/2020 |

One question, four answers


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

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