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Reform Magazine | February 18, 2019

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September 2016

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Reducing Scripture to clip art

26/08/2016 |

The Emoji Bible is in better company than it deserves

It’s smiley faces all round. News has broken that the holy scriptures have at last been translated into emoji. For Martian readers, emoji are the colourful little symbols humans use … Read More

Niall Cooper: Stories of poverty

26/08/2016 |

Stories from the world of poverty

Poverty isn’t pretty. In fact, it can be traumatic, raw and emotionally and physically draining. And that’s only listening to other people sharing their stories of prostitution, drugs, self harm, abuse, domestic violence, rough … Read More

Invest in Justice

26/08/2016 |

Affordable credit is changing the world. John Ellis urges Reform readers to join the movement

The recent meeting of the United Reformed Church General Assembly passed 50 resolutions. Only a few of them might change the world, but one that … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Between vicars

26/08/2016 |

Moving on from atheism, Commitment-Phobe toured churches and tried God. Now, as a new Christian, the journey continues

‘Interregnum’ it’s called. When you are waiting for a new vicar to be appointed. It is a period of mourning, of waiting, … Read More

A Buddhist’s Jesus

26/08/2016 |

In the third of this series hearing insights into Jesus from people of other faiths, Shenpen Hookham brings a Buddhist perspective to the Gospels

Until I became a Buddhist I was a Christian, quite a strong and sincere one. I … Read More

Chapter & Verse: Matthew 10: 29-31

26/08/2016 |

Susan Durber on the depths of God’s love

We saw a dead sparrow, there on the path as we walked along a track. It lay on its back, curled feet, beak skyward. ‘The Lord knows,’ said my companion.

We had … Read More