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" The society insists that it is not offering a new system of thought but merely underscoring certain universal concepts of God, nature, and man that have been known to wise men in all ages and that may be found in the teachings of all the great religions. "
The Origins of the Bahá'í Community of Canada, 1898-1948 - Page 32
by Will C. van den Hoonaard - 1996 - 356 pages
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False Dawn: The United Religions Initiative, Globalism, and the Quest for a ...

Lee Penn - 2004 - 490 pages
...merely underscoring certain universal concepts of God, nature and man that have been known to wise men in all ages and that may be found in the teachings of all the great religions. Emphasis is placed on mystical experience. A distinction is made between inner, or esoteric, and outer,...
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