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Reform Magazine | January 23, 2022

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May 2017

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Denominational interbreeding

02/05/2017 |

Simon Jenkins imagines denominational interbreeding

Choosing a dog these days is a lot more complicated than it used to be. Over the last few decades, the big breeds have come together and produced a vast litter of designer dogs, each … Read More

Interview: Martin Luther, Catholic hero

02/05/2017 |

Stephen Tomkins talks to Peter Stanford

In 1505, caught in a thunderstorm, Martin Luther cried out to St Anne, promising to become a friar if she saved him. So the man who was to start the Protestant Reformation began by … Read More

Out with the organ, in with the coffee machine

02/05/2017 |

The story of a church finding a new way to serve its community – and the sacrifice it entailed

Southcote, a housing estate in Reading, Berkshire, used to have a cafe, a pub and a library, but the cafe and … Read More

Summer festivals

02/05/2017 |

Decide which Christian festival is for you with the help of Reform’s 2017 round up

It must be summer – the days are getting longer, the ice cream vans are coming out of hibernation and Christians are getting wellied up … Read More

Beyond Luther: The Reformed story

02/05/2017 |

This year, Luther is in the limelight. But the Reformation story is not all his. David Thompson looks at the second great story of the Protestant Reformation

The date of Martin Luther’s 95 theses, said to have been pinned on … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: We need to talk

01/05/2017 |

When you can’t pretend anymore

I realised late last year that I was signing up for every task or cause at church, saying yes to everyone, and not really being clear on what I wanted to do any further than … Read More