There are many things in common between Inductive Bible Study (IBS) and Sociorhetorical Interpretation (SRI) as I practice it in the context of the Rhetoric of Religious Antiquity (RRA) project.1 Many of the similarities are a result of detailed focus on texts. The multiple strategies of interpreting both the inner texture and the intertexture of texts in SRI share much in common with IBS. As a result, many of the strategies of analysis and interpretation in the sections on “Observing and Asking” and “Answering or Interpreting”2 in particular are highly congenial with or naturally integral to SRI.
Robbins, Vernon K.
"Sociorhetorical Interpretation (SRI) and Inductive Bible Study (IBS): Outlines of Mark, The Lord’s Prayer, and The Son’s Prayer in John 17,"
The Journal of Inductive Biblical Studies:
2, p. 182-222.
Available at: https://place.asburyseminary.edu/jibs/vol1/iss2/4