The Baha'i Faith: The Emerging Global Religion

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Harper & Row, 1990 - 228 pages
This is a study of the history, teachings, administrative structure and community life of the Baha'i faith, the youngest and fastest growing of the world's independent religions.

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Contents

The Babi Faith
6
Bahaullah
28
The Succession to Leadership
50
Copyright

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achievement Adib Taherzadeh Administrative Order Adrianople attributes Aurelio Peccei authority Ayatollah Khomeini Azali Bab's Babi and Baha'i Babism Baghdad Baha Baha'i administrative Baha'i community Baha'i Faith Baha'i history Baha'i teachings Baha'i World Baha'i writings Baha'is believe Baha'u'llah and Abdu'1-Baha Baha'u'llah taught body Book of Certitude Browne Buddha Canada capacities Chihriq Christian Cited in Shoghi civilization clergy come conference of Badasht Covenant created Dawn-Breakers divine E. G. Browne Edward G Edward Granville Browne elected Esperanto established exiles existence followers founder Fritjof Capra Gleanings global Gobineau God Passes God's Guardian Haifa Hasan Balyuzi hath Hidden Imam Hidden Words himself holy House of Justice human humankind Husayn Khan Imam Imam Mahdi independent religion individual institutions International Record International Teaching Centre Iran Islam Islamic calendar Jesus John Naisbitt Keturah Kitdb-i-Aqdas knowledge laws Lewis Mumford local spiritual assemblies Louis Napoleon major Manifesta Manifestations of God mankind Marilyn Ferguson marriage messen Mirza Husayn Mirza Yahya mission Muhammad Shah mujtahids Mulla Husayn mullas Muslim Myron H Nasiri'd-Din Shah National Spiritual Assembly nature nomic North America Order of Baha'u'llah Ottoman Empire Paris Talks Peace Persia person physical political Pope Pius IX principles progressive revelation Prophets Qa'im Qajar Qur'an religion religious represent revelation Royal Asiatic Society Shah Shaykh Tabarsi Shiah Shiah Islam Shiraz Shoghi Effendi Shoghi Effendi Rabbani Siyyid Siyyid Muhammad social society soul spiritual evolution Sunni Islam Tabataba'i Tabriz Tahirih Tehran tion truth u'llah universal auxiliary language Universal House Warren Wagar William Hatcher William Sutherland Maxwell Wilmette World Order world unity Zanjan Zoroastrian

About the author (1990)

William Hatcher is a professor of mathematics at Universite Laval in Quebec City, Quebec Douglas Martin is a member of the governing council of the Baha'i International Community

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