The Universal Theory of Man: Authority of Self
For decades Philosophers and Academia of other disciplines of knowledge have been searching for the elusive Universal Theory of Man, which Author Phyllis K. Peterson defines as “Authority of Self.” The book outlines the 30 powers of humankind that make up Authority of Self. She defines each power both theologically and psychologically.
For those interested in looking at where science meets religion through the eyes of a Baha’i author who has an accumulation of stories for all ages, combined with decades of research, this is a valuable book. We are all concerned about the lack of morality and conscience in the world today. The book provides a new way of looking at power in the fetus, infancy, childhood, youth and adulthood, the labeling of people, authority, anger, even bullying. Broaden your horizons by learning what the Baha’i Writings have to offer to these subjects.