Scriptural Reasoning is a genuine opportunity for committed religious people to engage in inter-faith practice without undermining particularity: here is a way to deepen one’s own faith commitment and deepen one’s engagement with members of other faiths simultaneously.
Rose Aslan, PhD candidate in Islamic Studies at the University of North Carolina, immersed herself in Scriptural Reasoning for three weeks at the Cambridge Inter-faith Programme Summer School. Here she writes about her experience for the Huffington Post.
Scriptural Reasoning groups are popping up around the world! We’re excited to be launching a new group for the Cambridge community. Are you interested in getting involved, in Cambridge or elsewhere?
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For me Scriptural Reasoning is a powerful tool for change and understanding. Indeed, discussing with people from other traditions and culture about religious texts that we do not know or think we know, creates new knowledge and new ways of seeing our respective texts.
Scriptural Reasoning is a wonderful way to encounter different textual traditions and to learn more about one’s own tradition as well as others. When the explicit goal is close encounter with the text, deep learning can result about a whole range of issues relating to our faiths – seemingly accidentally.