The Baha'i Faith & Religious Freedom of Conscience

From: FG <>
To: talisman <>; bahai-faith @ <>
Subject: Re: [bahai-faith] SRB censored 5-25-98
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 1998 7:56 AM
Maryam Butson wrote in message <>...
>Hmmmm...I am generally *for* the SRB moderators, but even *I* can see this
>looks nothing LIKE a mere "personal note".
>>>As this appears to be a personal note I have not posted it to srb.

Here's a recent example of srb pretending a message has "fallen
through the cracks," been lost, etc., as a means of dispensing
with it.... They conveniently manage to post many other messages
on the same thread without losing them during the 8 days I waited
for them to post mine....
From: Island Business Center (Bill Hyman) <>
To: FG <>
Subject: Re: New site: "The Baha'i Faith & Religious Freedom of Conscience"
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 1998 1:41 AM
This one must have slipped through the cracks. I cannot quite see your
point, quoting 4 words from Roger then answering with a quote from Abdu'l
Baha, but maybe others will. I have posted it. I'd hate to be accused of
Bill Hyman
From: "FG" <>
To: "SRB" <>
Subject: Fw: New site: "The Baha'i Faith & Religious Freedom of Conscience"
Date: Tue, 26 May 1998 07:53:26 -0400
I submitted this message to you on the 18th. I have not yet seen
it on srb nor have received a rejection notice.
If you're going to censor it, please notify me to that effect....
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-----Original Message-----
From: FG <>
Newsgroups: soc.religion.bahai
Date: Monday, May 18, 1998 6:45 AM
Subject: Re: New site: "The Baha'i Faith & Religious Freedom of Conscience"
>Roger Borseth wrote in message <"DRnaXC.A.mAG.lOvX1">...
>>Say: True liberty consisteth....
>"These are effectual and sufficient proofs that the conscience of man is
>sacred and to be respected; and that liberty thereof produces widening
>of ideas, amendment of morals, improvement of conduct, disclosure of
>the secrets of the contingent world. Moreover, if interrogation of
>conscience, which is one of the private possessions of the heart and
>the soul, take place in this world, what further recompense remains for
>man in the court of divine justice at the day of general resurrection?
>Convictions and ideas are within the scope of the comprehension of the
>King of kings, not of kings; and soul and conscience are between the
>fingers of control of the Lord of hearts, not of [His] servants."
>Abdul-Baha, A Traveler's Narrative, 91.
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