Religious leaders envision `spiritual UN'

Sneider, Daniel
July 1996
Christian Science Monitor;7/18/96, Vol. 88 Issue 163, p3
Reports on a plan to establish a United Religions, a religious concept equivalent to the United States. Role of spiritual values in tackling global problems; Examples indicating the difficulty for people of different religious to live beside each other; Need for key backing from Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Christians or senior Islamic leaders; Sorting out legitimate faiths from pseudo-religious cults.


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