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In the News (Mon 18 Mar 19)

  
 Bah' History
In the Bah' Faith this has led to two distinct religious attitudes: the conviction that all peoples will find their highest religious aspirations fulfilled in the Bah' Faith; and the belief that the Bah' Faith is an inclusive religious movement with little need for barriers between members and non-members.
With regard to the administration of the Bah' Faith, however, although the Bah' institutions operate through processes that include consulting with the generality of the Bah's, there is an expectation of loyalty and obedience to the decisions of the central figures and institutions (see "Human Rights.6").
Although the Bb movement is separate from the Bah' Faith and should be treated so, Bah's regard the Bb movement as inextricably bound up with the origins of their own Faith and thus consider the start of the Bb movement in 1844 as the start of their own religion.
bahai-library.com /?file=encyclopedia_history.html

  
 Book review: A Short History of the Bahá'í Faith
Allowing that "all religions, including the Bahá'í Faith, will, to some extent, contain echoes of each other," Momen states his intent: "I hope to show that the Bahá'í Faith also has its own teachings that are new and innovative" (3).
As an "engaged" scholar, Smith demonstrates that Bahá'ís are unafraid of their history but are still coming to terms with it, because the Báb of faith, and the Bahá'í popular view of the Bábí religion, have yet to be integrated and reconciled with historical and sociological considerations.
Momen himself rightly classes Smith's A Short History of the Bahá'í Faith as "the best brief general history of the Bahá'í Faith" (147, giving 1995 as the publication date); Momen's A Short Introduction to the Bahá'í Faith has a similar status.
bahai-library.org /reviews/smith.history.html

  
 Frank Schlatter - My Experience in Becoming an Orthodox Baha'i
I do miss the fellowship of other Bahái's but choose to be faithful to God and the writings of Bahá'u'lláh and ‘Abdu'l-Bahá.
The Orthodox Bahái's I found to be normal people, and when I investigated the possibility of their documents being false found that the writings they study are the very same ones the heterodox Bahái's study.
When he expressed his concern that the Hands had made a mistake by declaring the Guardianship at an end, I was determined to convince him of his mistake and dove deep into studying the writings, specifically the book The Covenant of Bahá'u'lláh by Taherzadeh.
www.rt66.com /~obfusa/ya-franco.html

  
 Scholarship on the Baha'i Faith
Abstract: This article is a survey of attempts to analyse and study the Babi and Bah' Faith from a scholarly viewpoint.
Of major importance among the activities of the Bah' scholars of this period was the work of Mirza Abu'l-Fadl Gulpaygani (q.v.) in relating the prophecies in the Hebrew and Christian Bibles to the Bah' Faith.
Written for possible inclusion in A Short Encyclopedia of the Baha'i Faith, an ongoing project of the United States National Spiritual Assembly.
bahai-library.org /?file=momen_encyclopedia_scholarship_survey.html

  
 Universal Teachers - The Baha'i Faith
Among the achievements of the ministry of 'Abdu'l-Bahá were the spread of the Bahá'í Faith to the West and Australia; the building of the first Mashriqu'l-Adhkár in 'Ishqábád and the beginning of the Mother Temple of the West in Wilmette, Illinois, USA; and the establishment of the first instituions of the Bahá'í Administrative Order.
The Bahá'í Faith is linked with the Babí Faith, founded in 1844 by Mirza Ali-Muhammad (1819-1850), known as the Báb or "Gate".
The Bahá'í Faith was founded in Persia (Iran) by Mirza Husayn-Ali (1817-1892), known as Bahá'u'lláh, the "Glory of God".
www.lawrence-bahai.org /faith1.html

  
 Encyclopedia: Bahá'í Faith
Bahá'ís ultimately expect a process, similar to democratic globalization, to continue until "the world is one country," and see their faith as providing the necessary spiritual basis for this new civilization of peace and harmony.
Bahá'ís regard the period from the Bab's declaration in Shiraz, to the passing of `Abdu'l-Bahá (1844-1921), as the Heroic, or the Apostolic Age of the Faith.
Baháulláh (1817–1892) (Persian: Mírzá Husayn-Alí (میرزا حسینعلی)) was the founder and prophet of the Baháí Faith.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Bah%c3%a1%27%c3%ad-Faith   (8605 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: The Ka'Bah: Rhythms of Culture, Faith and Physiology: Books
In The Ka'bah: Rhythms of Culture, Faith and Physiology, the author explores the diverse significance of the Ka'bah, from the architectural to the neuroscientific, in terms of Eliade's homology of Body:House:Cosmos.
The Ka'Bah: Rhythms of Culture, Faith and Physiology
Look for books like The Ka'Bah: Rhythms of Culture, Faith and Physiology by subject:
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0761826467   (361 words)

  
 Tahirih - A Famous Baha'i Woman
Many prominent people came to visit her, and again many were converted to the new Faith.
Planet Bahá'í is an initiative by individual Bahá'ís and not an official Web site of the Bahá'í Faith.
'Abdu'l-Bah, Memorials of the Faithful, 1971 Bah' Publishing Trust, Wilmette, p196
www.planetbahai.com /articles/2001/ar031001b.html   (361 words)

  
 The Missionary as Historian
Essentially, the Bahá'í Faith which he pictures for his readers is a product of a century-long conspiracy conceived by persons of the basest character and motive.
Yet the next chapter of Rev. Miller's book finds space for nearly a dozen pages of quotations from the writings of Charles Mason Remey, formerly a figure of prominence in the Bahá'í Faith, who was expelled when he attempted to set himself up as "the hereditary Guardian" of the Faith in 1960.
Islam is a fuller revelation than Christianity, and those revelations since Muhammad, the Bábí and Bahá'í Faiths, incorporate and develop the elements which appeared for the first time in Islam, as well as unfolding yet other aspects of the divine purpose.
www.bahai.org /article-1-3-3-5.html   (361 words)

  
 BBC - Cornwall - Faith - Bahá'í faith in Cornwall
The central idea of the faith is that of unity, and Bahá'ís seek to remove barriers of race, gender, and belief.
The Bahá'í faith is one of the youngest of the world's major religions.
BBC - Cornwall - Faith - Bahá'í faith in Cornwall
www1.thny.bbc.co.uk /cornwall/content/articles/2005/10/25/bahai_feature.shtml   (359 words)

  
 The Bah‡`’ World, Vol. 18, Part Five: In Memoriam
Although Jah‡n was a fierce opponent of the Bah‡`’ Faith at the time of her marriage and for some time later, she embraced the Cause of the Blessed Beauty and became a devout servant as a result of a dream in which she saw Bah‡`u'll‡h.
She continually inspired the Bah‡`’ communities to participate in joint teaching efforts and aroused their enthusiasm by relating inspiring accounts of the progress of the Faith in India, the Philippines, South and Central America and many other countries she had either visited or had news of.
Universal House of Justice for steadfastness in the Faith for herself and her sisters and brother, and for the progress of her father's soul in the realms above.
www.bahai-library.com /books/bw18/773-800.html   (15054 words)

  
 Custom Writing on "The Bah'a'i Faith" I choose the faith for a research paper, which is most popular in the middle east. sources included
Title: "The Bah'a'i Faith" I choose the faith for a research paper, which is most popular in the middle east.
Custom Writing on "The Bah'a'i Faith" I choose the faith for a research paper, which is most popular in the middle east.
"The Bah'a'i Faith" I choose the faith for a research paper, which is most popular in the middle east.
www.vipessays.com /termpaper/The_Bahai_Faith___I_choose-136059.html   (234 words)

  
 The Orthodox Baha'i Faith - Mother Baha'i Council of the US
Memorable quotations of Bahá'u'lláh, the Prophet-Founder of the Bahá'í Faith
The Tree of the Covenant of Bahá'u'lláh by Joel B. Marangella, third Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith
Key statements of 'Abdu'l-Bahá regarding the importance of the Lesser Covenant and the manner in which the Guardianship of the Faith is to be continued
www.rt66.com /~obfusa/council.htm   (234 words)

  
 Babis
See also: Bahá'í Faith, and Orthodox Bahai Faith --------- The following is derived from the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
In 1868 Bahá and his followers were exiled to Acre in Syria (now Acca, Israel), and Subh-i-Ezel with his few adherents to Famagusta in Cyprus, where he was still living in 1908.
After that date the Bábiis divided into two sects, Ezelis 'and Bahá'ís, of which the former steadily lost and the latter gained ground, so that in 1908 there were probably from half a million to a million of the latter, and at most only a hundred or two of the former.
www.wikiverse.org /babis   (1210 words)

  
 Tahirih - A Famous Baha'i Woman
The conference disintegrated, but those who remained faithful now understood the full implications of the Báb's revelation.
Planet Bahá'í is an initiative by individual Bahá'ís and not an official Web site of the Bahá'í Faith.
The calm voice of Bahá'u'lláh cut through the bedlam, asking that someone read the Súrih of the Inevitable (Qur'án 56), which speaks of the coming of the Day of Judgment and how some will be abased and others exalted.
www.planetbahai.com /articles/2001/ar031001c.html   (1210 words)

  
 Early Western Accounts of Bahá'á' Faith
Bahá'í (and Bábí) Faith, Early Western Accounts of The Bábí movement created a great deal of turmoil in Iran, thus it soon aroused some interest in the West also.
News that the Bábí movement had, for the most part, transformed itself into the Bahá'í Faith was slow to reach the West.
There were a number of early reports of Bahá'u'lláh's pre-eminence, most notably that of Dr Thomas Chaplin, published in The Times on 5 October 1871, and of Laurence Oliphant, published in the New York Sun on 10 December 1883.
www.northill.demon.co.uk /relstud/bfwestac.htm   (1210 words)

  
 Encyclopedia Article: The Covenant
The Bahá'í Faith recognizes two covenants: first, the greater covenant, between God, represented by the Manifestation of God (q.v.), on the one hand, and humanity on the other, in which God promises to continue to send guidance to humankind, while humanity, on its part, promises to obey and follow these teachings when they come.
At present the institutions of the Bahá'í Faith are primarily responsible for dealing with any episodes of Covenant-breaking that arise, in particular the Hands of the Cause, the Continental Board of Counselors (q.v.), and their Auxiliary Boards.
One of the most striking of the claims made by the Bahá'í Faith is that the religion is divinely protected from schism (PUP 455-6, WOB 145).
bahai-library.com /encyclopedia/covenant.html   (6773 words)

  
 unknown (SMEALSearch) - Pal,Rangaswamy,Giles,Debnath
One of the teachings of the Bah' Faith is that in this dispensation there is no longer a need for a professional priesthood.
This paper examines the three elements of Roman Catholic Priesthood Leadership, Teaching and Sacrament in an effort to explain to Bah's the theology of Priesthood and to demonstrate to Roman Catholics how many of the functions pertaining to the role of priests are being fulfilled in Bah' Administration.
This issue is pertinent, considering the level of criticism of the Roman Catholic Hierarchy in recent years.
smealsearch.psu.edu /147349.html   (245 words)

  
 ORTHODOX BAHA'I FAITH IN INDIA
The History of Development of Orthodox Bahá’í Faith in India
Shetty on behalf of the Orthodox Bahá’í Council of Chennai.
Prepared by the Orthodox Bahá’í Council of Nagpur.
members.iinet.net.au /~guardian/menu.html   (245 words)

  
 Baha'i Faith: Administrative Order
The Wilmette Institute was established in 1995 and is an agency of the Bahá'í Faith in the United States.
Bahá'í Faith in Guyana - National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of Guyana
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www.bcca.org /bahaivision/p0300.html   (245 words)

  
 THE ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER
Neither in theory nor in practice can the Administrative Order of the Faith of Bahá'u'lláh be said to conform to any type of democratic government, to any system of autocracy, to any purely aristocratic order, or to any of the various theocracies, whether Jewish, Christian or Islamic which mankind has witnessed in the past.
Armed with that peerless and potent Instrument, 'Abdu'l-Bahá, His eldest Son and Center of His Covenant, had erected the standard of His Father's Faith in the North American continent, and established an impregnable basis for its institutions in Western Europe, in the Far East and in Australia.
The Administrative Order which this historic Document has established, it should be noted, is, by virtue of its origin and character, unique in the annals of the world's religious systems.
www.iinet.net.au /~guardian/Admin_Order.html   (245 words)

  
 Introduction to the Bahá'í Faith
In just over 100 years, the Bahá'í Faith [founded by Bahá'u'lláh (1817-1892)] has grown from an obscure movement in the Middle East to the second-most widespread of the independent world religions.
He taught that there is only one God, that all the world's religions represent one changeless and eternal Faith of God, and that all humanity is one race, destined to live in peace and harmony.
The Bahá'í Faith provides a structure through which universal peace can be obtained and established in this age.
www.pixi.com /%7Ekoolausa/intro_to_faith.html   (232 words)

  
 Articles About Islam
As of January 1926, their final ruling on the matter of the origins of the Bah¡'­ Faith and its relationship to Islam was that the Bah¡'­ Faith was neither a sect of Islam, nor a religion based on Islam, but a clearly defined, independently founded faith.
The claim of the adherents of the Bah¡'­ Faith that it represents an independent religion was upheld by the Muslim ecclesiastical courts in Egypt during the 1920s.
Ibadhism is distinguished from Shiism by its belief that the Imam (Leader) should be chosen solely on the basis of his faith, not on the basis of descent, and from Sunnism in its rejection of Uthman and Ali and strong emphasis on the need to depose unjust rulers.
www.lecommerce.net /wiki/index.php?title=Islam   (5367 words)

  
 Links Directory: Comment on An Introduction to the Bah&xE1;'&xED; Faith by Dr. Moojan Momen
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technoetic.com /noosphere/thread/93   (101 words)

  
 Women, wealth creation, and prosperity in the UK: Perspectives from the Bah' Faith and from academia Duncan Andrew Thomas1 (SMEALSearch) - Pal,Rangaswamy,Giles,Debnath
this paper is to briefly present perspectives from the Bah' Faith, and to supply some academic evidence, bearing on one particular role of women in wealth generation and increased human prosperity in the UK.
Women, wealth creation, and prosperity in the UK: Perspectives from the Bah' Faith and from academia Duncan Andrew Thomas1
Women, wealth creation, and prosperity in the UK: Perspectives from the Bah' Faith and from academia Duncan Andrew Thomas1 (SMEALSearch) - Pal,Rangaswamy,Giles,Debnath
smealsearch.psu.edu /138145.html   (213 words)

  
 Baha'i Faith 7/9 - Unity
The Bahá'í Faith is established in virtually every country and territory in the world.
On every continent there is a Bahá'í House of Worship, these are open to people of all religions and cultures.
All people are equal in the sight of God
www.warble.com /Bahai/BasicFacts/basic7.html   (213 words)

  
 Rediscovering the Dawn-Breakers: The Báb and the Bábí Faith
Rediscovering the Dawn-Breakers: The Báb and the Bábí Faith
Study of the earliest period of history—the Dawn-Breakers of the Heroic Age—provides many opportunities to meditate on the spiritual qualities we must develop to be examples of the Bahá'í life and to reexamine our efforts to serve the Faith.
A twenty percent discount is available when registering as part of a local group of three or more (who pledge to meet together semimonthly to study the texts) or to senior citizens (65 and older) or to those whose service to the Faith engenders financial hardship.
www.wilmetteinstitute.org /dawnbreakers.html   (213 words)

  
 Bah's of the United States: Welcome
The Bah's welcome you to investigate our faith by exploring this Web site, and to contact us to ask questions and to locate the Bah's near you.
We invite you to join our study circles, devotional gatherings, children's classes, and youth programs designed to assist you, your family, and the American society in a spiritual search for truth.
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www.us.bahai.org   (213 words)

  
 Academic Scholarship on the Shaykhi, Babi and Baha'i Movements
"Women in the Baha'i Faith." Religion and Women, ed.
"The Bah' Faith 1957-1988: A Survey of Contemporary Developments." Religion.
Articles on "Baha'i History," "`Abdu'l-Baha," "The Covenant," "Early Western Accounts of the Baha'i Faith," "The Baha'i Faith in the United Kingdom," and "The Baha'i Faith in Iran"
www-personal.umich.edu /~jrcole/bhscholr.htm   (213 words)

  
 Baha'i Faith Resources - Academic Info
Contains an extensive listing of non-English Web pages that provide information on the Bah' Faith
"This site was established with the hope of promoting a better understandingof the relationship between the Baha'i Faith and Islam, and to dispel some of the misconceptions which may have led to feelings of mistrust and suspicion."
The place to start any academic research on Baha'i Faith (H-Net, Humanities and Social Sciences On-Line)
www.academicinfo.net /Bahai.html   (213 words)

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