An inter-faith event at The Salvation Army's International Headquarters (IHQ) brought together Christians, Jews and Muslims to consider how the three major faiths approach refugees. The Scriptural Reasoning gathering was linked to the Stations of the Cross art project, and artist Güler Ates spoke about the inspiration behind her work, 'Sea of Colour'.
Scriptural Reasoning is a process that encourages Jews, Christians and Muslims to read passages from their respective sacred texts. Together they discuss the content of those texts, with the goal being not agreement but rather the understanding of one another's traditions and deeper exploration of the texts and their possible interpretations.
See salvationarmy.org/ihq/news/inf180316 for more details.