What can we learn from other world religions? These sparkling essays touch on the variety of ways we may actually be transformed: Cobb on religious diversity; Fleischner on Jews and Christians; McAfee on Islam and Christians; Yagi on Buddha and Christians; McAfee on indigenous American religious traditions. 224 pages, softcover. Fortress.
Increasingly world religious traditions present not just an intellectual or apologetic challenge to Christians but a daily encounter, a source of religious practices, and even live religious options. How are Christians to relate to these traditions and the neighbors and friends who live by them? This lively and engaging book is a great resource for faithful wrestling with the new realities in their historical and theological dimensions.