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Reform Magazine | August 6, 2021

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March 2016

Interview: A love story

29/02/2016 |

The author Rebecca de Saintonge talks to Stephen Tomkins

Rebecca de Saintonge had been married to Jack, a church minister, for six years before he gradually started to show worrying symptoms. At first he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, but … Read More

A good question: How can Church be more creative?

29/02/2016 |

One question, four answers



This is an extract from the March 2016 edition of Reform.

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Niall Cooper: Good news for the rich?

29/02/2016 |

The Gospel is good news for the rich too

It’s so hard being wealthy today… even a million doesn’t go that far any more. The once-princely sum is now the average house price in 4,735 streets in London, according to … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Secret stories of the clergy

29/02/2016 |

Priests and pastors are commented-upon people. Sometimes for sporting tattoos, sometimes for celebrating Communion in high heels, sometimes for leading the congregation in prayer for the healing of a leg without spotting it was wooden.

I heard a story over … Read More

20 Questions – Pam Rhodes

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Pam Rhodes gives 20 answers

What is your favourite time of year? Spring – I especially love daffodils, which seem so bright and brave in the wintry winds.

Where would you like your mortal remains to go? Somewhere where daffodils … Read More

A String of Empty Tombs

29/02/2016 |

Resurrection is for life, not just for Easter, says Ronald Rolheiser

Spring and Easter: a conspiracy between nature and religion, creation and redemption, to make newness, to thaw things out, to rejuvenate and re-virginise, to make sunshine, to warm frozen … Read More