Reform (magazine)

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Reform, also referred to as Reform Magazine, is an editorially-independent monthly subscription magazine published by the United Reformed Church. It is based in London.[1]


Reform was started in 1972.[1] The magazine explores theology, ethics, personal spirituality and Christian perspectives on social and current affairs; it features writing from journalists, academics, politicians, campaigners, scientists and religious leaders. As well as high-profile interviews, in-depth features and book, music and film reviews, Reform carries regular light-hearted and anecdotal columns, puzzles, poetry and letters. It is edited by Kay Parris.[2]

Reform's interviewees include: Bafta award-winning broadcaster Robert Beckford, interfaith/justice campaigner Anjum Anwar MBE, novelist Marilynne Robinson, evangelist Gerard Kelly; MP Ann Widdecombe, scientist Andrew Parker, journalist/author Theo Hobson, US mega-church pastor Rob Bell, broadcasters John Humphrys and Jeremy Vine, and theologians John Polkinghorne and Esther Mombo.


  1. ^ a b Writers' & Artists' Yearbook 2017. Bloomsbury Publishing. 28 July 2016. p. 81. ISBN 978-1-4729-2866-5. Retrieved 10 January 2017. 
  2. ^ "Reform Magazine Announces URC News Digest". Fleet. 13 January 2011. Retrieved 10 January 2017. 

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