Sacred Texts Across Traditions is a survey of orature from Indigenous People’s oral traditions, the Hebrew Bible, Christian Scriptures, Upanishads, Qur’an, Tao te Ching, as well as secondary hermeneutical texts. This course examines creation, genders and sexualities, peace and justice, spiritual body and celestial earth, environment and embodiment in texts and orature from the perspective of multireligious intertextuality. This perspective allows us to present the sacred texts in conversation with each other. This provides a context for reading them in a manner that allows recognition of interconnections between texts that might not be immediately identifiable. We will expand this by using the interrelation between hypertextuality, interdiscursivity and oral tradition to deepen the notion of “text”.