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1-sentence mention from Part 3, "The Religious Response to Modernity."

Religion in a Secular Age:
The search for final meaning

by John Cogley

page 118
London: Pall Mall Press, 1968
... new religions, for example Bahá'í, a syncretistic faith that upholds a high standard of ethical conduct, respects the central spiritual significance of all major religious figures, and rejects particularistic dogmas, like most Asian religions; but Bahá'í also proclaims its own essential harmony with science, upholds the equal rights of men and women, insists on universal education, rejects asceticism and monasticism, and supports the creation of a universal language...
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