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Disagreeing well is not about compromising the integrity of your identity, truth, or perspective. It is about sharing it respectfully with others, and listening respectfully to their story.
Scriptural Reasoning is a practice we use to cultivate the art of disagreeing well. It creates a space for hospitable dialogue where participants have the opportunity to be both hosts of their own scripture and guests of another.
As well as featuring it in our programmes, we have built partnerships and collaborations to support the running of Scriptural Reasoning groups across the world.
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Story Tent

Story Tent is a collaboration between RCF, educational researcher Dr Anne Moseley, and the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme. Story Tent brings the principles of disagreeing well to children in UK primary schools to facilitate inter-religious and intercultural communication. Through the project, we train teachers, provide them with resources, and connect schools to their local faith communities.

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As a partner of Faith in Leadership, we deliver Scriptural Reasoning programmes that train public leaders to understand faith-based communities and equip senior and emerging faith leaders to transform conflict. Patrons of SFLP include the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and Lord Jonathan Sacks, Emeritus Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth.

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Senior Faith in Leadership Programme

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Scriptural Reasoning resources including text packs, guidelines, tips, and academic reading lists are available on the dedicated Scriptural Reasoning website.
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If you run a Scriptural Reasoning group, you'd like to join one, or you're interested in finding out more, get in touch and we'll do our best to help out.