The Book of Certitude, by BahC u llC h, author of the BahC C Revelation, is arguably one of the most important scriptural works in all of religious history In it Baha u llah explains the underlying unity of the world s religions, describes the universality of the revelations humankind has
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In 1953 Shoghi Effendi, the Guardian of the Baha i Faith, included as one of the goals of his Ten Year Plan the preparation of a Synopsis and Codification of the Laws and Ordinances of the Kitab i Aqdas as an essential prelude to its translation He himself worked on the codification, but had not
A mystical account of the odyssey of the human soul.
The Problem In the first half of the nineteenth century there was world wide and fervent expectation that during the 1840 s the return of Christ would take place The story made the headlines and even reached the Congress of the United States From China and the Middle East to Europe and America,
Gleanings from the Writings of Baha u llah is an extremely important compilation that sets out the Baha i teachings on a myriad of subjects Among the themes that fall within its compass are the greatness of the day in which we live, the spiritual requisites of peace and world order, the nature of
Recent world history from a Baha i perspective
Reflections on the Individual, the Institutions the Community.
The Revelation of Bah u ll h is a four volume series about the Scriptures of the Bah Faith It is a unique survey of the Writings of Bah u ll h, using both authentic English translations and original sources, that describes the contents of all major works, including many unknown in the
Millennial fervor gripped many people around the world in the early nineteenth century While Christians anticipated the return of Jesus Christ, a wave of expectation swept through Islam that the Lord of the Age would soon appear In Persia, this reached a dramatic climax on May 23, 1844, when a
Gossip was rife in the capital about the poetess of Qazvin Some claimed she had been arrested for masterminding the murder of the grand Mullah, her uncle Others echoed her words, and passed her poems from hand to hand Everyone spoke of her beauty, and her dazzling intelligence But most alarming