Hope for a Global Ethic: Shared Principles in Religious Scriptures

Bahá'í Pub. (2005)
Abstract
Surprisingly, Lepard finds the most hopeful source for a global ethic is based on the scriptures of the various world religions-the same belief systems that are ...
Keywords Bahai ethics  Religious ethics  Sacred books
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Call number BJ1288.L47 2005
ISBN(s) 1931847207   9781931847209
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