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Scriptural Reasoning in the University

Scriptural Reasoning, 'SR' is a practice central to CIP’s work. In Scriptural Reasoning, Jews, Christians and Muslims meet to read passages from their respective Scriptures together. 

CIP is involved in Scriptural Reasoning in many ways (see our main Scriptural Reasoning page for more details), but since the Programme’s creation in 2002 we have hosted an academic working group that has met once each year in Cambridge, and once each year in the US, to explore the practice in an academic light. That symposium has gone under various names, including the Scriptural Reasoning Theory group and now the Scriptural Reasoning in the University group, but has provided one of the main seedbeds for academic writing about Scriptural Reasoning internationally.

Some of the publications that have emerged from, or been shaped by, this symposium's work can be found on the online Journal of Scriptural Reasoning.

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CIP Seminar 4 October, Professor Paul Shore

Sep 25, 2018

Event: The Senior Seminar in Inter-Religious Relations, Professor Paul Shore (University of Regina and Visiting Fellow, Cambridge Inter-faith Programme), ‘The Jesuit Translation of the Qur'an in the Seventeenth Century’, Thursday 4 Oct 12:00-13:30

Borders of Violence and Visions of Peace: the Religious Landscapes of South Asia

May 23, 2018

Presented by Coexist House and the Cambridge Inter-faith Programme, the second of thee panels on themes of South Asian Interfaith Relations at St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace

CIP Seminar 24 May, Dr Susannah Ticciati and Dr Daniel H. Weiss

May 15, 2018

The Senior Seminar in Inter-Religious Relations, Dr Susannah Ticciati (King’s College London) and Daniel H. Weiss (University of Cambridge) ‘Negotiating Conflicting Religious Truth Claims: Rabbinic and Christian Accounts in Dialogue’, Thursday 24 May 14:00-16:00, Lightfoot Room, Faculty of Divinity

The Promise of Intimacy: Searching for the Divine in Modern Times, Thursday 31 May, St Ethelburga's London

May 14, 2018

Presented by Coexist House and the Cambridge Inter-faith Programme, the first of thee panels on themes of South Asian Interfaith Relations at St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace: 'The Promise of Intimacy: Searching for the Divine in Modern Times'

Coexist House and Cambridge Inter-faith Programme South Asia Colloquium Series

May 10, 2018

Coexist House and the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme presents a series of seminars exploring interfaith understandings and relations within South Asian communities at St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace

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