W 117 Interfaith Worship and Christian Truth (1991)

Are there occasions when Christians should worship with those of other faiths? This booklet looks at the variety of situations where the issue may be raised, from national tragedy, through school assemblies, to local pastoral and evangelistic encounters.

In each case, the theological, practical and pastoral issues involved are examined, and advice is given. The key biblical principle that is encouraged is to balance the demands of the Great Commandment (to love God totally, and all our neighbours as ourselves), with the demands of the Great Commission (to make Christ known and call people everywhere to be his disciples).
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Author: Revd Dave Bookless

Dave wrote this booklet whilst studying at Trinity College, Bristol, and after teaching R.E. in multifaith schools in Bradford. He moved to Southall in 1991 as a curate, and has been there ever since, enjoying being part of a multiracial Christian community at the heart of a diverse urban area. Since 2001 Dave has been National Director in the UK for the Christian environmental organisation, A Rocha (

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