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September 2021 Archives - Reform Magazine

Trial and error

31/08/2021 |

Quaker activist and co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, Ian Bray, talks to Stephen Tomkins

Ian Bray, one of the creators of the Extinction Rebellion campaign for action on climate catastrophe, is a Quaker and a member of Christian Climate Action. In … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘I’ve grown used to my own space’

31/08/2021 |

Don’t stand so close to me, says Paul Kerensa

Forget January… September is new New Year.

It’s back to school – and with echoes of home school not yet faded, oh my, will it be back! Could this be the … Read More

Editorial: Putting the history books to one side

31/08/2021 |

What does it say about me, that when anything huge happens on a national or international scale, I think about it in terms of what questions kids will have to answer about it in the history exams of the future? … Read More

Reviews – September 2021

31/08/2021 |

A house of her own

HerselfDirected by Phyllida LloydCertificate 15, 97 minutesReleased 10 September

Herself has a brutal opening in which Sandra (Clare Dunne), a mother of two girls in Dublin, is physically assaulted by her husband Gary (Ian Lloyd … Read More

A good question: What is holiness?

31/08/2021 |

One question, four answers


This is an extract from an article published in the September 2021 edition of Reform

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Closing churches: A message from the ancestors

31/08/2021 |

John Ellis asks what our spiritual forebears would think about our response to the pandemic

One activity that grew during lockdown was criticising historical figures for their choices. With effortless moral superiority, we condemn their complicity in behaviours we would … Read More