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“Cacophony or Conversation? The Bible and Interfaith Dialogue”
How should Christians use the Bible in inter-religious dialogue? How can the Bible help us to be more effective in dialogue? Does dialogue with people of other faiths lead us to read the Bible differently?
This Conference aimed to open up a rich conversation about the Bible in the context of religious pluralism, drawing together academics and practitioners to explore this important topic from a range of perspectives. It explored the nature of the Bible, approaches to reading the Bible together, other religious traditions reading Christian Scripture, and Christians reading other scriptures.
Recording of talks
Opening Keynote: Hugh Pyper
Laura Janner-Klausner – discussing texts in an interfaith setting
John Parry: The Christian‐Sikh Encounter and the Bible
Q&A part 1
Q&A part 2
Rachel Muers: Experiments in interfaith Reading
Reflections upon the themes of the conference: Led by Clare Amos
Date and venue
It took place from 23-25 June 2015, High Leigh conference centre, Hertfordshire EN11 8SG