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ChoiceThis book encourages dialogue between the two traditions and critical self-reflection on the part of each, especially Christians ... It is a serious effort to encourage Christians to listen carefully to the questions Muslims pose and to respond thoughtfully. It consists of 12 chapters, each of which is devoted to a specific set of questions ... The volume contains a useful bibliography and set of notes. Summing up: Recommended. Academic and Public libraries; lower- and upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and general readers.
— Merlin Swartz, Boston University