A study of the relations between Christianity and the other major Asian religions, exploring the diverse theologies of those who pioneered interfaith dialogue.
A study of the ambiguities of communal identity among 19th-century Eastern European Jews, through the lives of three believers in the messiahship of Jesus.
A fascinating account of the life and aspirations of the Bantu churches of South Africa and of their leaders.
An Eastern Orthodox perspective on the dialogue between Buddhism and Christianity, an exchange rooted in comparative theology enriching both traditions.
An exploration of how Arabic-speaking Christians have used the Qur'an for exegetical purposes, providing insights relevant to Muslim-Christian relations.
A timely selection of essays exploring the theological issues raised by the encounter between Christians and Muslims, both historically and in the modern world.
An analysis of the challenges of religious diversity in the modern world, offering a synthesis of Muslim and Christian perspectives on tolerance and pluralism.
A significant study of the writings of the Chinese Muslim scholar Liu Zhi and his innovative role in contextualising Islamic texts for a Chinese audience.
Essays by theologians from the Majority World to share a diversity of insights into Christian faith, developed from their own cultural perspectives.
A subtle and multi-faceted exploration of the Chinese Christian experience through the author's creative engagement with key Chinese and Christian texts.