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Reform Magazine | June 25, 2019

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May 2015

Niall Cooper: The missing election issues

24/04/2015 |

“What about taxing the windfall profits
 of homeowners?”

As I write, the outcome of the general election is far from clear. So, if a Green/SNP/Plaid Cymru coalition sweeps to power on a joint pledge to abolish inequality within 100 days, … Read More

A good question: How should Christians vote?

24/04/2015 |

Each month we ask one question and get four answers. This month: How should Christians vote?



This is an extract from the May 2015 edition of Reform.

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A letter from… Egypt

24/04/2015 |

I had two brothers, Bishoy Estafanos Kamel and Samuel Estafanos Kamel. Bishoy was 25 and Samuel was 23. I am proud of them – they are a credit to Christianity. They make me walk raising my head up in pride. … Read More

Reviews – May 2015

24/04/2015 |

Spotlight on society

Together for the Common Good: Towards a
 national conversation Edited by Nicholas Sagovsky and Peter McGrail SCM Press £25

The “common good” is perhaps the holy grail of political and social policy. The latest quest, building on … Read More

“Nice sermon!”

24/04/2015 |

What lifts a sermon from “nice” to “life-changing”? Bryn Rickards shares his research

For the preacher who has delivered what she or he considers one of their best sermons – prophetic yet personal, powerful yet pastoral, philosophical yet poignant – … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Home group

24/04/2015 |

“Early Christians opened their houses – sharing food, singing and praying. That appeals to me.”

So I got baptised. What do I do now? If I was a child I would join the Sunday school, but I’m an adult and … Read More