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Christian-Muslim dialogue in Egypt
Vol. 17, No. 1, Suffering and Power in Christian-Muslim Relations: The Political Challenge of Islam Today and its Implications for the Church in Education and Mission (JANUARY 2000), pp. 34-36
Published by: Sage Publications, Ltd.
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In Egypt, the reality is that Christians and Muslims are more united by a common heritage than they are divided by their faiths. The Church is shaped by living among Muslims. The faiths interact and witness to one another, but mission does not aim at conversion.
Transformation © 2000 Sage Publications, Ltd.