The Baha'i Faith & Religious Freedom of Conscience

From: Kent Johnson <>
Subject: Re: Fran Baker page added to web site
Date: Friday, September 04, 1998 7:50 PM wrote in message <6sk0qv$2tm$>...
>Dear Friends:
>Let me put it this way: You live in a home. From time to time you invite
>people into your home, but you control who enters, and you place limits on
>their behavior. It is your home, you have the right and the obligation to
>so. SRB is like a home, and ARB is like a public park...
The trouble is that the SRB publicly claims to be a Baha'i home and that the
rules it follows are fair.  I dispute both assertions:  the former on the
grounds that the later is not true.  Baha'u'llah said "Best beloved of all
things in My sight is justice..."  Those who commit partisanship in His name
should be challenged by those who believe His Word.  But they do not allow
their partisanship to be challenged....
Hence, we would be better off without such a partisan SRB which claims to be