In this article the author presents a new way of approaching people adhering to other religions. After a discussion of the meetings and relationships between Christianity, Judaism and Islam, and those between Christianity and Hinduism, Buddhism or African religion he tries to create a new space between inclusivism and exclusivism. He calls this space the 'third space'. It is an 'in-between', a meeting place for the dialogue of life, a place of wisdom for the dialogue of the mind, and a place of spiritual experiences for the dialogue of the heart. Theologically speaking it is a space of transcendence that for each religion is filled in a distinct way.