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Scriptural Reasoning Online

The Cambridge Inter-faith Programme has launched an exciting new web platform for inter-faith Scriptural Reasoning conversations.

The new web platform offers an opportunity for many more people to learn more about Jewish, Christian and Muslim scriptures, to go deeper into their own faith tradition and to develop friendships with other people. Scriptural Reasoning online operates without the constraints of time and place, so users will potentially connect with people from all over the world. All that users need is access to the internet and the willingness to devote a small amount of time to the discussion, for a limited period. Groups typically run for three weeks, and will be facilitated by an experienced member of staff from the Cambridge Inter-faith Programme. Taking part is free and no qualifications or previous experience are needed. To find out more about Scriptural Reasoning Online, contact Nadiya at .

What the users say:

"I enjoyed Scriptural Reasoning online a lot; it pushed me to look deep into the text and research meanings of many words in the three scriptures. It also triggered a genuine interest in reading the Old and New Testaments and compare them with the Quran."

"A chance to interact with some interesting people whom I would not otherwise meet. It gave me a glimpse of Jewish and Islamic ways of interacting with scripture."


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