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Reform Magazine | July 13, 2024

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September 2022 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Reform Magazine

Reviews September 2022

20/09/2022 |

Hiding from deportation

Where Is Anne FrankDirected by Ari FolmanCertificate PG, 99 minutesReleased 12 August

Amsterdam, about a year from now. Inside the Anne Frank House, Anne’s imaginary pen-friend Kitty (voiced by Ruby Stokes) materialises out of the ink from … Read More

Editorial: A journey of discovery

20/09/2022 |

As we put the finishing touches to this month’s Reform, we are also finishing work on my new book, That That All May Be One: The story of the United Reformed Church. I mention that partly out of self-promotion and … Read More

Art in Focus – September 2022

20/09/2022 |

Adoration, from the series Nossa Senhora (Our Lady) Palácio de Belém, LisbonPaula RegoPastels, 2002

Paula Rego, a Portugese-British artist, died in June this year. So much more than the ‘feminist artist’ she is usually described as in the press, Rego … Read More

I am… a working class Christian

20/09/2022 |

Natalie Williams on the hurdles facing a working class Christian

I grew up in Hastings, which a national newspaper once called Hell-on-Sea. It’s a lovely seaside town, but it’s the 13th most deprived part of the country. I grew up … Read More

Chapter & verse: Genesis 16:11

20/09/2022 |

Tessa Henry-Robinson explores Hagar’s fear and misery

I am advancing a womanist biblical treatment of Genesis 16:11, considering Hagar’s move from enslaved woman, to surrogate mother, to exile, which God’s angel refers to as Hagar’s ‘misery’. This suggests to me … Read More

Here & now: Jake Penny

20/09/2022 |

It’s not easy being ‘between churches’, says Jake Penny

I’m ‘between churches’, as the euphemism goes. As much as I would love to be involved in a church community I could write about, since I moved for university there have … Read More