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PUBLIC EVENT: Scriptural Reasoning at Greenbelt 2019, 26 Aug 2019

A short German-language introduction to the interfaith practice of Scriptural Reasoning by Cambridge researcher Dr Julia Snyder has now been published.

Scriptural Reasoning brings people of different faith traditions together to read scriptures and build understanding. CIP was a leader in the early development of the practice, which has now gained world-wide popularity.

Most resources about the practice so far are in English. Dr Snyder's essay, "Scriptural Reasoning: Eine Praxis des Interreligiösen Austauschs," widens the scope of available discussions to the project with an offering for German-speaking audiences. It appears in the book Schrift im Streit: Jüdische, christliche und muslimische Perspektiven, edited by Ute E. Eisen et al. (Münster: LIT Verlag, 2020, pp. 263–72).

 

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