This book, African Inter-religious Dialogue: Philosophy and Theology, my fifth, discusses many issues concerning African theology so Africans may understand their roots and consider them first. It discusses in depth philosophical aspects of African religion and the challenges that religious philosophy faces. In particular, this book discusses why many Africans leave their ancestral religion for other religions. Through an analysis of many religions in Africa, I have discovered that as a result of colonialism, many religions oppose each other even if they have the same structures, and that this has brought about religious and political conflict among followers of these religions. Therefore, my research and analysis seeks to expose the importance of dialogue between religions in Africa to bring about understanding among their followers. In the public sphere, religions should have an impact on the African countries in which they’re practised, and to do so, governments should authorise religions to take part in the political discourse.