Scriptural Reasoning In the Classroom
Presented here are some examples of how teachers are bringing Scriptural Reasoning into their classes.
- "Studies in Scriptural Reasoning: The Abrahamic Traditions"
Instructor: Prof. Kurt Anders Richardson, Emmanuel College, University of Toronto
- "Visions and Revelations"
Instructor: Prof. Kurt Anders Richardson, Department of Historical Studies, University of Toronto at Mississauga
- "On the Infinite: The Divine Mathematics"
Instructors: Profs. John Milbank and Peter Ochs, University of Virginia
- "Religious Conflict and Resolution among the Abrahamic Religions"
Instructor: Prof. Peter Ochs, University of Virginia
- "Building Abrahamic Partnerships"
Director: Prof. Yehezkel Landau, Hartford Seminary
Links to courses and institutions that promote the kind of learning nurtured by the SR Societies:
- Rumee Ahmed, Brown University's first Muslim Chaplain
Article from Brown Alumni Magazine
Ahmed started a program for his fellow chaplains in scriptural reasoning, which he hopes to expand to the wider campus community.
- Yehezkel Landau, Faculty Associate in Interfaith Relations, Hartford Seminary
Job and Jonah: Suffering, Repentance, and Spiritual Transformation (Winter/Spring 2004) Web site with link to syllabus
- Jewish-Muslim Studies Initiative, University of Illinois at Chicago
Recently started by Professor Sam Fleischacker, the program includes a course available to students at both institutions, public lectures, and a theatrical performance.
- The Three Faiths Forum sponsors sessions of dialogue and educational programs based on scriptural reasoning.
Read the texts and some opening questions from a session about "Rebellion."