Reform magazine: December 2024 – January 2025 edition

Last Updated on 27 November 2023 by Ann-Marie Nye

In the December 2023-January 2024 issue of Reform magazine, Graham Handscomb asks, “If individuals can’t solve the conflicts of a violent world, what can we do?”

In the annual Reform charity guide, ten charities, from local to global, offer suggestions of projects we can support that will make big differences to the lives of others.

As Christmas approaches, Hannah Fytche writes of kingfishers, dragonflies and “the Word made flesh”. And editor Steve Tomkins talks to standup comedian, BBC aficionado and regular Reform columnist Paul Kerensa about comedy, religion, and what lies at the heart of Christmas.

Elsewhere, read about Scrooge, green inspiration from Clitheroe, Britain as a “sexually dysfunctional society”, and what we have in common with Mary and the shepherds.

The magazine is out on 3 December.

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