Endorsements & Reviews-
In the present day, with so much tension between the Muslim world and the nominally-Christian West, it is important to hear the voices of Christians living within Islamic contexts. Such communities have developed strategies for co-existing with their more numerous Muslim neighbors. The Christian voices in this volume call for a spirit of reconciliation, drawing on their own experiences and finding inspiration in the message of the Cross. This is a call based on hope for the future, not despair for past conflicts. Such a call deserves to be heard.
Peter G. Riddell, formerly Professor of Islamic Studies, and Director, Centre for Islamic Studies, London School of Theology
This work is a valuable reminder that the cross of Christ is relevant to all societies and cultures. It includes potential ways of communicating the meanings of the cross, and also reminders of the path of suffering which may need to be walked.
Martin Whittingham, Muslim-Christian Links
The book is an invaluable resource for reflection and study of the meaning of the cross in the world of Islam and in intercultural relations. I cannot recommend it too highly.
Lamin Sanneh, D. Willis James Professor of Missions and World Christianity at Yale University