Christians believe they have much to say to Muslims - but can we also learn from listening? Muslims often find Christian theology ridiculous, Christian prayer puzzling, and Christian approaches to society disappointing. Reflecting on why this is poses key questions for our spirituality and discipleship.
This intriguing booklet offers us a challenge. Will we dare to ‘see ourselves as others see us’ and learn from it? Are we prepared to be taught by Muslims how to be better Christians?
Author: David Marshall
Revd Dr David Marshall studied Theology at Oxford, trained for the ministry at Ridley Hall and studied for a doctorate in Islamic Studies at Birmingham University. He teaches courses on Islam in various contexts, and was Chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury, a post which involved working in Christian-Muslim relations both in this country and internationally.