Beyond Tolerance: Religion and Global Community
The author presents beliefs, language, and practices that some of the world religions have in common with Christianity and compares them with Scripture. He states in the preface that the positions of this book have been derived from his reading of Scripture. The first ten chapters compares Christian Scripture with other world religions; the second ten chapters present teaching of the Baha'i Faith concerning global community. The author identifies himself as a member of the Baha'i Faith.
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The Common Language of Religion
The Oneness of God
The Most Hidden
The Golden Rule
the Ten Commandments
Unity of God Religion and Humankind
Independent Investigation of Truth
Science and Religion
Equality of Men and Women
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