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Reform Magazine | September 23, 2019

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September 2019

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘Schools must step up religious education’

23/08/2019 |

Paul Kerensa questions the religious education get out clause

The email from my daughter’s school was titled ‘Rabbit visit’. Aww, I thought. She likes animals. I wonder if she’ll get to stroke its big floppy ears? But when the spelling … Read More

Editorial: A small step

23/08/2019 |

In Cole Porter’s wonderful 1934 song You’re the Top, a couple tell each other how terrific they are. Each likens the other to a succession of delightful things and people – a mix of timeless classics and up-to-the-minute sensations, from … Read More

Reviews – September 2019

23/08/2019 |

Birth in wartime

For SamaDirected by Waad al-Kateab and Edwards WattsCertificate 18, 96 minutesReleased 13 September

Waad is a spirited young woman studying at the University of Aleppo in Syria, who starts to document events on her own initiative … Read More

A good question: Is democracy broken?

23/08/2019 |

One question, four answers

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These are extracts from an article that was published in the September 2019 edition of Reform

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The person I want to thank

23/08/2019 |

Friends and family of Reform tell us about one person they give thanks for

‘I thank my God every time I think of you,’ says St Paul to the Philippians; and to the Corinthians: ‘I am always thanking God for … Read More

Pastors still care

23/08/2019 |

Catherine Ball on the rewards and challenges of pastoral care today

Pastoral care is one of the core responsibilities in ministry. It is a vital aspect of church life, developing relationships, building community and opening up opportunities for the application … Read More