During the past half century, Christian-Muslim dialogue has turned from a riverlet into a roaring river, from an occasional conference to numerous meetings, oral and written exchanges and round table discussions taking place year round in almost every corner of the globe, from Australia and Malaysia to the Arab world, from Europe to America and Canada, from Africa to Asia. To achieve the same goals and consequently modern trends in Christianity, Catholic Bishops started dialogue in Pakistan in 1986. In this regard, many Christian institutes and organizations became active. There came into being some Muslim Organizations as well. Now Muslims and Christians are at work for dialogue, the latter being more active as they consider dialogue as an essential part of their mission. The Christians in Pakistan are financed and supported by the Western countries so that they may successfully struggle for achieving their objectives. They also aim at safeguarding their rights. As far as Muslims are concerned, they have no effective organization for such activities. That is the reason which urged the researcher to go for research on Muslim-Christian dialogue in the context of Pakistan.