Everybody engaging with people of other faiths should read this book. That means all of us in our pluralist society today. The writer examines what the New Testament teaches about other faiths and their followers – Greek and Roman religions, Gentiles who met Jesus, and the Jewish faith. The results are surprising and challenging. There is much here for us to learn in our attitude to people of other faiths, as the writer draws out many similarities in religious practice then and now. God Has No Favourites: The New Testament on First Century Religions, Basil Scott, Primalogue, Bangalore, 2013. 208 pages. Available from South Asian Concern through the web link below. The book is also available on Amazon.