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November 2014 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Reform Magazine

In the Flesh – Part one: Sex and the Bible

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In the first of a three-part series to promote discussion on questions about sex and God, Carla Grosch-Miller invites us to takes a fresh look at what the Bible really say

My third year in ministerial training, biblical ethics class. … Read More

Christian Activist: A step forward

24/10/2014 |

Joe Ware reports from the largest climate march ever

Being a Christian activist is not about the glory; it’s usually a thankless and sometimes lonely activity, made up of letter writing, organising and being a righteous pain in the arse. … Read More

A letter from… Gwanda, Zimbabwe

24/10/2014 |

Martha Munyoro Katsi sees what difference a toilet can make

I was fortunate enough to grow up in the city – Harare – where there is running tap water and a clean toilet; in those days, I never knew there … Read More

A good question: What is worship for?

24/10/2014 |

Each month we ask one question and get four answers. This month: What is worship for?


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Hope and clouds

24/10/2014 |

John Ellis finds troubles and success stories in El Salvador

Have you heard the one about the archbishop, the terrorist and the pineapple? No? Then read on… Commitment for Life is one of the United Reformed Church’s success stories. By … Read More

Stories from stone

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Churches and schools have found a powerful way to commemorate the First World War – by
 taking the bare names on war memorials and discovering the life stories behind them

Is there a way to remember the momentous events of … Read More