Edited by John Danesh
and Seena Fazel
This book is a first attempt by several Bahá'í scholars
to come to terms with the implications of a Bahá'í
system of ethics in modern life--from the university to the family.
Udo Schaefer argues that Bahá'u'lláh's writings provide
humanity with a "Straight Path" to happiness with a coherent
ethical system. Christian theologian John Hick asks: Can there be
only one true religion?
In addition, three authors examine the early efforts of some believers
to translate this ethical vision into reality in Bahá'í
history: Christopher Buck writes on the career of Alain Locke, noted
African American philosopher; Moojan Momen introduces Jamál
Effendi, early Bahá'í teacher to India and Burma;
Richard Hollinger reexamines the early history of the Bahá'í
Faith in America.
An important addition to Bahá'í scholarship.
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