The Bahá'í Faith: The Emerging Global Religion
Explore the history, teachings, structure and community life of the world-wide Baha'i community-what may well be the most diverse organized body of people on earth-through this revised and updated comprehensive introduction (2002). Named by the Encyclopedia Britannica as a book that has made "significant contributions to the knowledge and understanding" of religious thought, The Baha'i Faith covers the most recent developments in a faith that, in just over 150 years, has grown to become the second most wide-spread of the independent world religions.
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The Historical Background
The Succession to Leadership
God His Manifestations and Humankind
The World Order of Baháulláh
Administration and Laws
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