*Scriptural Reasoning is paused for 2022/23*
The LSE Faith Centre runs Scriptural Reasoning sessions in term time, facilitated by a member of the Faith Centre team. Scriptural Reasoning is a developing global practice where people of different faiths come together to read and reflect on their scriptures side-by-side.
Reading, listening to, and reflecting on scripture is something many do naturally within their own worshipping communities. Participants in Scriptural Reasoning are not asked to leave that behind, rather to share those reflections and practices with those who hold different assumptions and perspectives.
It is not about seeking agreement but rather learning to 'disagree well'. The result is often a deeper understanding of one's own and other's scriptures, as well as the development of strong personal friendships across faith communities.