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Reform Magazine | October 16, 2021

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May 2014

Introducing… Bonhoeffer

28/04/2014 |

In this occasional feature, a contemporary writer introduces a classic thinker. This month: Simon Barrow on Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Bonhoeffer is important for all kinds of reasons. He combined a prayerful and Christological approach to theological exploration, with a determination to … Read More

Who’s pushing?

28/04/2014 |

Martin Camroux assesses the damage that increasing inequality is doing to society

As a minister, you are used to people knocking on the door asking for money or food. Often they have alcohol or drug problems, or have suffered a … Read More

Inspired by saints

28/04/2014 |

Peter Ranscombe discovers saints and a supportive ministry in a growing church project in Edinburgh

As people took their seats at Augustine United Church in Edinburgh, a song called “Same Love” played quietly in the background. Written by hip-hop duo … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: A step of faith

28/04/2014 |

It’s kind of scary. You start off thinking you’ll have an adventure, but you can back out the minute things get tricky. So last summer, when I decided to give up atheism and find God through visits to randomly-picked churches, … Read More

A letter from… Ethiopia

28/04/2014 |

As a widow living together with my only daughter of eight years, I was ashamed of my HIV status, so I kept it secret from both my daughter and other people. One day, my daughter came home troubled by some … Read More

Jumble Sales of the apocalypse: The strangest church names

28/04/2014 |

I once heard of an evangelical organisation looking for a snappy new name for their ministry to students. They were impressed by the kung-fu style name of CICCU (the Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union) and brainstormed ideas for names along those … Read More