skip to primary navigationskip to content

The Cambridge Inter-faith Programme

Department A-Z

Scriptural Reasoning

The inter-faith dialogue practice of Scriptural Reasonong

Read more ...

Public Education

CIP's work in arts, culture and courses

Read more...

Research

Learn about CIP's research projects

Read more ...

Resources

Multimedia, articles and lectures

Read more ...

Welcome to the Cambridge Inter-faith Programme

Concentrating on Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, CIP explores the different resources that each faith has for serious engagement with each other, and with the wider secular and religious context. It provides a platform for inter-faith academic research while promoting religious literacy in the wider world through its public education projects.


"Few things are likely to be more important for the twenty-first century than wise faith among the world's religious communities. That calls for fuller understanding, better education, and a commitment to the flourishing of our whole planet." - Professor David F. Ford -


"We need forms of study in which we make our deep reasonings public, so that religious persons better understand each other; and so that non-religious persons can grasp not only our views but how we arrive at them." - Dr Nicholas Adams -


"We must work together to create a world in which the fruits of faith - understanding, tolerance and compassion - enrich and safeguard the world of our children, and our children's children." - HRH The Prince of Wales -

RSS Feed Latest news

Mosaic Law Among the Moderns Conference, 22 July 2019

Jun 19, 2019

Event: Conference 'Mosaic Law Among the Moderns: Constructions of Biblical Law in 19th Century Germany', 22-24 July 2019, St John's College, University of Cambridge

Scripture & The Enemy: Scriptural Reasoning in the University Conference 2019

Jun 13, 2019

Event: Scripture & The Enemy: Scriptural Reasoning in the University Conference 2019, 1-3 July 2019, Faculty of Divinity

Scripture & Violence: Common Assumptions, Impact & Response - 27 June

Jun 05, 2019

Event: Scripture and Violence: Common Assumptions, Impact and Response - Scriptural Reasoning & Panel Discussion at LSE Faith Centre on 27 June 2019, 7.30 -9.15pm

CIP Seminar, 31 May, Prof John Barclay

May 21, 2019

Event: The Senior Seminar in Inter-Religious Relations, Prof John Barclay (University of Durham). 'The Support of the Poor in early Judaism and early Christianity: A Comparison'. Friday, 31 May 2019, Lightfoot Room, 2-4pm

CIP Seminar, 23 May, Prof Robert B Gibbs

May 15, 2019

Event: The Senior Seminar in Inter-Religious Relations, Professor Robert B. Gibbs (University of Toronto), 'Commentary at the crossroads of the disciplines', Thursday 23 May 2019, Lightfoot Room, 12:00-13:30

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Email Address *
First Name
Last Name
Institution