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Reform Magazine | July 30, 2021

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March 2018

A good question: What do you do about the bits of the Bible you don’t like?

23/02/2018 |

One question, four answers

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These are extracts from an article that was published in the March 2018 edition of  Reform

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I am… a former porn addict

23/02/2018 | 1

Virginia Nicholls tells her story of overcoming porn addiction

Shame is a feeling that sticks to you like glue. It is hard to pick off. When you do try to pick it off, it can leave marks behind. It can … Read More

Chapter & verse: Mark 14 and 15

23/02/2018 |

John Proctor on Mark’s passion

Lent. Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem. Holy Week. Stations of the Cross. This is a strange and solemn season, telling of a topsy-turvy world and an upside-down kingdom. As the promise of spring starts to lighten … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Spontaneous prayer

23/02/2018 |

Simon Jenkins on spontaneous prayer

Churches differ from each other in a multitude of ways – whether their clergy dress up or dress down, whether they skip through five-minute sermonettes or endure hour-long blockbusters – but one of the biggest … Read More

Reviews – March 2018

23/02/2018 |

Serving the true God

Wings Of Eagles Directed by Stephen Shin, Michael Parker Certificate 12, 108 minutes Released 12 March

A sequel of sorts to Chariots of Fire, Wings Of Eagles tells the story of Eric Liddell’s missionary years in … Read More

Interview: Lines from outside

23/02/2018 |

The poet Stewart Henderson talks to Karen Carter

Like Roger McGough, Stewart Henderson came from the Liverpool poetry scene of the 1960s and 1970s and went on to be a stalwart of BBC Radio 4. His children’s poems are set … Read More