More than an End to War
The Bahá'í approach to the organic process leading to an enduring peace. An inspiring blueprint both for the peace of the individual and the peace of our global society.
Members of the Bahá'í Faith believe that the future is filled with hope and promise, for the Bahá'í writings state unequivocally that world peace is not only possible, it's inevitable. In this compilation, selections from the Bahá'í writings spell out how world peace can be achieved. They explain that humanity is in a transition from adolescence to adulthood, that the spiritual roots of peace must be identified, and that the barriers to peace—racism, extremes of wealth and poverty, the denial of the equality of men and women, and unbridled nationalism and religious strife—must be eliminated in order to lay the groundwork for true and lasting peace.
Contributors: Terrill Hayes, Richard Hill, Anne Scheffer, Anne Atkinson, Betty Fisher.
Format: Softcover book, 308 pages.
Publisher: Bahá'í Publishing, 1986.