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America's spiritual destiny; world forces conducive to the unity of humankind; post-Darwinian evolution; bonding of humankind for a golden age; Bahá’ís as authentic saviors of the world.
H. M. Balyuzi Memorial Lecture delivered by Dr. Ruhe, former member of the Universal House of Justice at Harvard Law School on August 13, 1994, on the occasion of the 18th Annual Conference of the Association for Bahá'í Studies; later published as "A New Evolution: Religious Bonding for World Unity" in JBS 6.4 (1995)

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A New Evolution:
Religious Bonding for World Unity

by David S. Ruhe

published in Journal of Bahá'í Studies, 6:4, pages 45-57
Ottawa, ON: Association for Bahá'í Studies North America, 1995
About: Current studies by leading scientists have suggested an imminent “Grand Transition” or “Megaleap” in human evolution, as foreshadowed by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá in His prediction of a Lesser Peace before the oncoming end of the century. In seeking to provide a view of North America’s and the Bahá’í Faith’s role at this time of probable crisis, a number of scenarios of possible radical change are suggested, along with the unique characteristics of the Bahá’í teachings which make the Bahá’í Faith the logical candidate for salvation of individuals and society, the bonding power for that world unity already far toward realization by humankind.
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