|Statement||edited by David F. Ford and C.C. Pecknold|
|Contributions||Ford, David, 1948-, Pecknold, C. C|
|LC Classifications||BL71 .P76 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
The Promise of Scriptural Reasoning This book on Scriptural Reasoning (SR) is essential reading for scholars and students of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam who seek to cultivate understanding and peace between these religious traditions. Unlike previous interfaith projects of the s in which people often focused on common ideas and 5/5. THE PROMISE OF SCRIPTURAL REASONING. DANIEL W. HARDY. Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9BS, UK different strengths of these views interact with each other in a highly dynamic and sustaining practice of reading and reasoning Scriptures together, where there is a high degree of mutually responsible Cited by: 4. With this volume, a group of scholar-practitioners of Islam, Judaism and Christianity invite readers to share in their understanding of scriptural text study and disciplined reasoning. Grapples with questions ranging from the nature of scripture and revelation to the relevance of philosophies such as idealism, pragmatism and phenomenology. Offers a constructive alternative to modernity, going. The Promise of Scriptural Reasoning,1 (2) Peter Ochs’s “An Introduction to Postcritical Scriptural Interpretation,”2 and (3) Mike Higton’s and Rachel Muers’s The Text in Play: Experiments in Reading Scripture.3 Higton’s and Muers’s book fills a significant void within scholarship on.
REASONING FROM THE SCRIPTURES (Book) (See also Watch Tower Publications) appreciation for: g90 8/22 13; w89 12/15 experiences: abortion prevented: w89 7/15 child-custody case: yb88 comfort after death of infant children: w91 7/1 couple who believed it a sin to change religion: w89 5/15 ex-seminarian: yb93 Scriptural Reasoning (SR) is a tool for inter-faith dialogue whereby people of different faiths come together to read and reflect on their scriptures. Unlike some forms of inter-faith engagement, it is not about seeking agreement but rather exploring the texts and their possible interpretations across faith boundaries, and learning to. Content. Introduction. Scriptural Reasoning as a Practice of Common Good. Limitations of Scriptural Reasoning. Conclusion. Bibliography. Introduction. This essay is a critical evaluation of Scriptural Reasoning, “a wisdom-seeking engagement with Jewish, Christian and Muslim scriptures,”  and its role in seeking the common good today. It has two parts. Scriptural Reasoning is a fresh approach to modern day inter-faith dialogue which puts scripture at the heart of the conversation Reading, listening to and reflecting on scripture is something many do naturally within their own worshipping communities.
A group of scholar-practitioners of Islam, Judaism and Christianity invite readers to share in their love of scriptural text study and of disciplined reasoning. 'The Promise of Scriptural Reasoning' is a timely publication for those interested in interfaith dialogue or in the nature of scriptural study. The promise of scriptural reasoning / Author: edited by David F. Ford and C.C. Pecknold. Publication info: Malden, MA ; Oxford: Blackwell, Buy The Promise of Scriptural Reasoning (Directions in Modern Theology) by Ford, David F. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book 5/5(1). The Promise of Scriptural Reasoning by David F. Ford, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4).