Islam has been the fastest growing religion in the world for many years, and was founded by the prophet Mohammed, who lived from about C.E. 570-632. The author wrote this book to serve as a bridge between the Islamic and Christian worlds. Some scholars claim that Islam and Christianity are on a collision course, with no chance for harmony due to immense cultural differences. This book proclaims the exact opposite – that common threads between these worlds are so strong that differences can be appreciated. States that Jesus and Mohammed belong next to each other, as opposed to one (no matter which one) being above the other. If equal recognition could occur then mutual respect would result. This book can contribute important ideas of harmony and respect between faiths. Paperback , ISBN 9781585090853 , 6 x 9 , 280 pp.