My encyclopedia says of the Baha'i faith that
"objecting to polygamy, slavery of any kind, religious prejudices,
and politicized religion, Baha'is call for world peace and harmony."
That should get almost everybody mad at them.
Baha'i-ism has a strong universalist tradition:
"Recognition of the common ground of all religions is seen
as fostering this move toward global unity; Krishna, Buddha, Moses,
Zrathrustra, Jesus, and Muhammad are all recognized as divine manifestations,
a series of prophets culminating in Bahaullah. Nonresistance, respect
for persons, and legal recognition of the equal rights of both sexes
constitute additional aspects of Baha'i teaching."
Clearly there is something for everyone here.
On leaving the building I asked when it was constructed and the
Baha'i told me that "it was constructed between 1921 and 1953."
She went on to explain that "it took so long because we do
not accept contributions from non-Baha'is." This is an idea
that more religions could use.