Scriptural Reasoning is an inter-faith and inter-textual disciplines, perhaps most usually practised between Jews, Christians and Muslims. In a typical session, no more than twelve people, ideally four from each ‘house’ introduce, read, comment and question one another on a passage of scripture from each tradition, prepared in advance, often around a common theme.
As Chaplain to University Staff, I am a beginner at Scriptural Reasoning, but have a real interest in whether this inter-textual practice can help to inform multi-faith policy with the Higher Education setting. I would also be pleased to hear from people of other faiths if they are interested in widening the scope of Scriptural Reasoning.
Some College Chaplains also run small groups.