Edited by Michael Fitzgerald
For over one hundred years, the Bahá'í community
has anticipated the inevitable contraction of our planet into a
global neighborhood and warned of the urgent need to provide spiritual
foundations for this new world order. Bahá'ís believe
that the unity of the human race is the fundamental moral principle
that today must direct and govern world affairs.
In Earth Circles, Bahá'í writers and intellectuals
again take the opportunity to look at the social issues of our time
in global perspective. Each from a different point of view brings
an understanding of Bahá'í teachings to bear on such
problems as: homelessness, racism, disability, poverty, conflict
resolution, and globalization.
This book is the fifth in a series that seeks to promote the discussion
of social issues from spiritual perspectives.
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