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Some Baháʼís to remember

by O. Z. Whitehead

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Published by G. Ronald in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bahais -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [249]-252.

    Statementby O.Z. Whitehead.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP390 .W47 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination272 p., [20] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2337441M
    ISBN 100853981477, 0853981485
    LC Control Number86228508

    Page 1 of 4. Compilation of Bahá’í Quotation Footnotes from “My Name Is _____, and I Am a Bahá’í!” “O SON OF BOUNTY! Out of the wastes of nothingness, with the clay of My command I made thee to. Baha’i - Is it compatible with Christianity The Baha’i religion does not force its new converts to reject their former beliefs and doctrines in order to embrace the tenets of the Baha’i faith. One of the goals of the Baha’i religion is the unity of all religions and the preservation of all that is good from all world religions.

    Over a century ago Bahá’u’lláh taught that religious truth is not final but progressive. Religion is renewed, He said, in every age to re-establish and apply the unchanging principles found in the scriptures of the Great Religions of the world to the needs of the present day. julio - agosto Revista de información bahá’í editada por la Asamblea Espiritual de los Bahá’ís de España Redacción: Juan Manuel García Para recibir la revista Bahá’ís de España en.

      The brothers are taking a little break between studying so I have a moment to let you know where we are at this point. We just got finished studying and discussing a section about the individual believer in a letter addressed to the Baha'is of the world on December 27th of by the Universal House of Justice the International Governing Council that is the Head of the Baha'i Faith. Concerning the age of maturity, He reveals in the appendix of that same Book: `The age of maturity is in the fifteenth year; women and men are alike in this respect.' Regarding the vital character and importance of the Divine ordinances and laws, and the necessity of complete obedience to them by the believers, we thus read in the Gleanings, p.


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