Reform magazine: June 2024 edition

Does the Church have a problem with class? That鈥檚 the big question Reform magazine is asking in June. Four experienced contributors from across the Church spectrum offer thought-provoking responses and challenge us to think about our own.

Angela Rigby asks another difficult question when she explores the world of autism and asks if Jesus鈥 disciple Thomas was autistic. Jesus himself is the subject of John Proctor鈥檚 incisive account of Christ鈥檚 journey towards crucifixion.

Choppy sea crossings feature in both Paul Dean鈥檚 Bible study and in David Gleed鈥檚 evocative account of pilgrimages to islands around the British coast. Also making repeat appearances in this issue is the artist Caravaggio 鈥 the subject of Art in Focus but also turning up in the news pages.

Elsewhere, 国产无码 Head of Communications Andy Jackson and iChurch support team member Reuben Watt explain why churches need to make good use of their websites 鈥 and how to go about getting one if they haven鈥檛 one already. TV鈥檚 Taskmaster gets the critical eye of 搁别蹿辞谤尘鈥s TV reviewer, and Editor Steve Tomkins finds there鈥檚 more to the big screen comedy The Book of Clarence than he had expected.

Out 26 May 2024.

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