In this book, Paul Knitter, professor of theology at Xavier University, outlines his vision of a "globally responsible, correlational dialogue of religions." He believes that the main concerns on the interfaith agenda are the suffering and injustice threatening the earth and millions of poor people around the world. Knitter argues that every religion has a stake in human liberation and wholeness. Vast spiritual resources must be tapped to help the world community face the global challenges of ecology, justice, and peace. The author's message is immensely important. Let's hope in his next book the theological jargon will be drastically minimized so he can reach a wider audience.