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Reform Magazine | October 23, 2018

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A letter from… Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

01/10/2018 |

A complaint from the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

In 1969, the Jamaican singer Jimmy Cliff released the song ‘Many Rivers to Cross’. Sung in a plaintive voice, the song explores loss and being lost on a … Read More

Reviews – October 2018

01/10/2018 |

When crime is your safety net

Sink Directed by Mark Gillis Certificate 15, 87 minutes Released 12 October

Micky (Martin Herdman), who was once a skilled manual worker, is struggling. He has to look after his father Sam (Ian Hogg) … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘Shetland’s beauty is sheer gift’

01/10/2018 |

Sheila Maxey discovers Shetland’s gifts

We are on the Shetland islands. Our holiday house looks down a voe (small bay/creek) past a little pier, through the gap in the bare hills to further shores or islands. The sun sets in … Read More

Editorial: For everything there is a season

01/10/2018 |

The other Saturday was a good night. I celebrated my 50th birthday with friends and family in the hall of the Ivy House in Nunhead, London’s only cooperatively owned pub. My band played, a friend DJed, various other friends got … Read More

A good question: Has Christianity made the world better?

28/08/2018 |

One question, four answers


These are extracts from an article that was published in the September 2018 edition of  Reform

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Labour antisemitism? Conservative Islamophobia? What’s going on?

28/08/2018 |

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 … Read More