Thursday, June 07, 2007

On Universal Human Rights: The universal cannot be in conflict with its creator

The example of the Baha'i faith is one way to discredit the idea that universal human rights are in fundamental conflict with the belief in a supreme being. ...if you believe that a supreme being created the universe, then surely the universal cannot be in conflict with its creator?

Alex Bigham, "Faith and foreign policy," Guardian Unlimited
Thanks for this, Marco of Povo de Baha, and for having your eyes on the 'net, as always. -gw


Anonymous said...

For a good overview on the foundations of the Baha'i approach to human rights see:

Steven said...

The more I learn of the Baha'i ways, the more respect I have for this path. Very nice Blog.