The conviction of the Philpotts for benefit-fuelled manslaughter was an extraordinary bit of timing for those who want to feel all right about the government’s benefits reform starting this week, which will make massive public savings at the expense of …
Each month we ask one question and get four answers. This month: resurrection – what is it for?
This article was published in the April 2013 edition of Reform.
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From smashing icons to groundbreaking works, Christians have had very different relationships with art. Nigel Halliday explains what he sees in it
For centuries Reformed Christians have had an uneasy relationship with the arts. For some they stood for popery, …
The charity entrepreneur Dame Hilary Blume talks to Stephen Tomkins
If you’ve ever bought someone a goat for Christmas – or a safe water supply, or clothes for refugees – you have been following in the path of Hilary Blume. …