Aaron Ghiloni succeeds in raising important insights that advance the ongoing practical theological conversation. . . Ghiloni opens exciting possibilities for including new interdisciplinary dimensions, as well as the potential for gaining layers of unanticipated insights from other religious traditions that have typically not been sufficiently explored. . . . Ghiloni certainly succeeds in reaching a broad audience interested in Islam, as well as specialist readers who are interested in the theory of education as a bridge to existing religious traditions. Moreover, he makes an important contribution by identifying the importance of an approach that remains rigorous, while simultaneously open for multiple perspectives ‘even as far away as China’, which certainly has the potential to enrich the field of practical theology with unexpected, yet significant new insights.