"This collection of essays by Muslim and Christian scholars addresses the issue as to whether Islam, Christianity, and African religion can co-exist in peace in pluralist societies. I particularly liked the way each author tried to answer the question within the wider context of the political, social, economic, ethnic, cultural, and legal reality of various countries. The book makes a significant contribution to the understanding of the complexity of proselytization not only in Africa, but also in multifaith communities throughout the world."
--Ovey N. Mohammed, SJ
author of Muslim-Christian Relations