I am interesting in hearing anyone's take on a Baptist stance toward Islam in light of the publication of A Common Word Between Us and You by Muslim clerics and the signing of the so-called Christian response, Loving God and Neighbor Together: A Christian Response to A Common Word Between Us and You, by Timothy George, Dean, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University. I realize that Dr. George is ecumenical, meanwhile attempting to maintain Biblical fidelity, but this is this taking matters a little too far--it is disturbing. This smells of a postmodern attitude of all roads lead to God where all religious seekers are piligrims together. Can we accept such an attitude and still be Christian? Can we speak words of accommodation to the Muslim, Hindu or Buddhist and be faithful to the Scriptures? Where does this leave our evangelism? Our missions? Also, you may be interested in hearing John Piper's opinion at http://www.desiringgod.org/Blog/1032_a_common_word_between_us/ What do you think?