One question, four answers
These are extracts from an article that was published in the September 2018 edition of Reform
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Paul Bickley investigates
In 2012, a graffiti artist painted a mural in Shoreditch, London. It depicts a Monopoly board covered in money, balanced on the backs of workers. According to the artist, the mural reflects on class politics and the …
The World Council of Churches completed its first Assembly 70 years ago this month. Reform writers share their reflections
The World Council of Churches (WCC) is the most comprehensive ecumenical organisation in history. Its inaugural Assembly in Amsterdam, which sat …
Krishna, an earthquake survivor, reports from Nepal
I’m 72 and I live in Gorkha, Nepal. My village was destroyed in the 2015 earthquake and since then I have been living in a dilapidated shelter on a steep hillside.
It is …
Who is my neighbour?
Last year, we had an opportunity which seemed to be a gift from God. We heard through church of a landlord looking for Christians to rent his flat. The rent, though higher than ours, was extremely …