How does the Christian faith relate to other faiths? Do these other faiths have any place in God's plan of salvation? In what sense is Christianity unique? These questions have challenged many thinkers in recent years, including such writers as John Hick and Hans Kung. Norman Anderson examines their writings alongside the biblical evidence and the beliefs of the major non-Christian religions. He probes difficult questions and does not shrink from controversy. His book provides an important analysis of the uniqueness of the Christian revelation.
Christianity and World Religions