A comparison of the Bahá’í Faith with the religious traditions of China
The religious traditions of China are centuries old and yet they are not well known or understood in the West. The Bahá’í Faith is the youngest of the world’s religions and has only recently come to the attention of many. Although the origins of the two are separated in time by thousands of years, still the teachings of these two major belief systems share many similarities.
Phyllis Ghiam Chew explores the development of the Chinese religion, its roots in Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism and its spiritual and social teachings. She compares the Chinese religion with the teachings of the Bahá’í Faith and finds a number of fascinating parallels.
Author: Phyllis Chew.
Format: Softcover book, 256 pages, 14 x 22 cm.
Publisher: George Ronald Publisher, 1993.