This timely book by Dr. Tsawe-Munga Chidongo explores how Christianity can relate positively, engage in dialogue and cooperate with African Indigenous Religion (AIR). This is urgently needed to address the ills - political, social, cultural and economic - affecting the communities. The African community has been calling on all the religions for whatever help they can provide, yet the various religious status quo continue to oppose each other, even though they live among and work closely with the people. This book focuses on inter-religious dialogue as a methodology that can be used to achieve success in inter-religious cooperation between Christianity and AIR. It is a fresh contribution which professionals and practitioners of religion and theology cannot ignore. Michael N. Jagessar (Revd Dr) The United Reformed Church UK.