Muthuraj Swamy is Director of the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, Cambridge, UK, and Project Manager of Theological Education for Mission in the Anglican Communion, based in London. He earned a PhD from the University of Edinburgh in Religious Studies and formerly served as dean of theology and dean of postgraduate studies at Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, India. He is a member of the Church of South India and worked with interreligious organizations in India for several years promoting conflict resolution and peace building programs. In 2017, he did a three-month sabbatical at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and is now a visiting fellow at St. John’s College, Durham. Muthuraj is the author of The Problem with Interreligious Dialogue: Plurality, Conflict and Elitism in Hindu-Christian-Muslim Relationships (Bloomsbury, 2016) and Reconciliation: The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2019 (SPCK, 2018). He co-edited Christian Engagement for Social Change: The Role of Theological Education (Christian World Imprints, 2018), and is co-editor of three volumes in advance of the Lambeth Conference 2020 based on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s three priorities: Walking Together (Reconciliation), Witnessing Together (Evangelism & Witness), and Listening Together (Prayer), all forthcoming from the Anglican Communion Office.