Christians claim to believe in one God. So do Jews and Muslims. So why are the faiths so different? What do Christians mean when they say they worship one God but believe in a Trinity? What do Hinduism and the traditional religions of tribal societies believe about God? What do Christians mean by salvation, and what does salvation mean to a Jew or a Muslim? Where do the faiths agree? Where do they differ? What do they all have in common? Peter Cotterell explores the differences between Christianity and other faiths.
About the Author
Peter Cotterell (PhD., University of London, Hon DUniv. FRSA) is Associate Senior Lecturer in Islamic Studies. Peter Cotterell's distinguished career includes 19 years lecturing at London School of Theology, where he also served as Principal, and 23 in the mission field in Ethiopia, where he founded the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology. His publications in Linguistics, Missiology, Islam and Communications total 17 books including One God: The Deity Revealed in Jesus, Islam in Conflict, Is God Helpless? and Linguistics and Biblical Interpretation