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Reform Magazine | April 21, 2019

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November 2018

Interview: I was hungry

30/10/2018 |

The food poverty writer and campaigner Jack Monroe talks to Stephen Tomkins at Greenbelt

‘This morning, small boy had one of the last Weetabix, mashed with water, with a glass of tap water to wash it down with. “Where’s Mummy’s … Read More

A good question: Does God hate divorce?

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‘“I hate divorce,” says the Lord,’ according to Malachi. What does that mean? One question, four answers

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

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Go deeper into faith

30/10/2018 |

Alister McGrath explores the meaning of discipleship

For many people, the word ‘discipleship’ seems very old-fashioned. It sits uneasily alongside the emphasis on entrepreneurial leadership which has become so important to many denominations. Yet we need to keep on using … Read More

No more money for oil: Divest or engage? Part one

30/10/2018 |

With climate experts announcing that we have 12 years to contain climate change, is it time for all Churches to stop investing in fossil fuel companies? asks Operation Noah’s James Buchanan. Next month, the United Reformed Church’s investors respond

What … Read More

On God’s refrigerator

30/10/2018 |

Melba Pattillo Beals was one of the ‘Little Rock Nine’ – the first group of black students to integrate into Little Rock Central High School, Arkansas, in 1957. The students faced violence and were escorted by paratroopers. Here, she recalls … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘Grief has cut us to the heart’

30/10/2018 |

Sheila Maxey grieves a terrible family tragedy

On 28 August, our 24-year-old granddaughter, Ciara, took her own life. It was a deliberate act, not a cry for help.

Our son, Peter, had long been separated from Donna, Ciara’s mother, and … Read More