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Scriptual Reasoning Development

Since 2006 the Coexist Foundation has been supporting the work of the University of [Cambridge’s Inter-Faith Programme] (http://www.divinity.cam.ac.uk/cip) and [St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace] (http://www.stethelburgas.org/) to develop Scriptural Reasoning tools.

The Coexist Foundation supporting the work of the Cambridge University and St Ethelburga’s to develop Scriptural Reasoning

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Since 2006 the Coexist Foundation has been supporting the work of the University of Cambridge’s Inter-Faith Programme and St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace to develop Scriptural Reasoning as a tool for bringing together Jews, Christians and Muslims to read and study each others’ scriptures, and in so doing further to illuminate their own. On 26th February the Rev William Taylor launched a new guide to Scriptural Reasoning – “How to pitch a tent” – at St Ethelburga’s, which offers an account of Scriptural Reasoning as a civic practice. In April Coexist agreed to support a training programme which will be developed by the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme with the Grubb Institute, a long-established and acclaimed foundation which works to mobilise faith traditions to help transform communities and society. The first conference in an international series of four under these auspices will take place in Cambridge from 4th-6th June 2008.

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