Good interfaith dialogue sees both participants’ faith grow
“The best dialogue takes place when partners committed to their own traditions in some depth come together to discuss both similarities and differences. The way to genuine diversity and tolerance, and to good disagreement, is to have each party deepen its own religious roots rather than pull them up.”
Toward a balanced perspective on the Qur'an, Islam as it exists in the world and Muslim-Christian dialogue.
Mark Anderson is an author and lecturer on Islam, the Qu'ran and Muslim-Christian dialogue. He has an MA from McGill University in Islamic Studies and another from Westminster Theological Seminary, plus years of experience living in the Arab world.