Author writes in response to Keith Nunn's letter to the editor "Misguided campaign" in the September 2017 edition. "[T]he real problem isn't praying for others to come to Jesus, but black-and-white thinking. The author assumes that Christians must either think everyone must be Christians or that every tradition has equal value. But it's not the case that if Christianity is true, other religions are simply true or false. ... An alternative to the author's pluralism says that while the revelation of God in Christ is the most accurate window into God, other religions contain truth as partial glimpses and foreshadowings. They're neither wholly true nor wholly false. Other religions are a 'preparatio evangelica' (preparation for the gospel), full of truth that all Christians can appreciate, recognize and learn from".