“Grassroots Scriptural Reasoning on Campus,” By Peter Ochs and Homayra Ziad

The founders of Scriptural Reasoning (SR)  believe that university chaplains and campus ministers could become the most important guides in the practice of SR as an interfaith and civic practice. Chaplains and campus ministers are not only deeply connected with diverse groups within their own campus, but are as likely to have strong links with change-agents in the larger community. We believe that chaplains can become loci of SR teaching for other campus professionals, students, and faculty, as well as area clergy and their congregants, and area activists.

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  1. [...] what exactly is SR? According to a recent article by Peter Ochs and Homayra Ziad, Scriptural Reasoning is the communal reading of sacred scriptures in small groups — opening [...]

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