The Story of Baha u llah

Chronicles the life of the founder of the Baha'i religion, a prophet and self-proclaimed dvinity who was persecuted during his lifetime. Original.

The Story of Baha u llah

Author: Druzelle Cederquist

Publisher: Baha'i Publishing Trust

ISBN: 9781931847131

Page: 359

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Chronicles the life of the founder of the Baha'i religion, a prophet and self-proclaimed dvinity who was persecuted during his lifetime. Original.

Daily Reflections and Stories for Children Stories of Bah u ll h

A short passage from the Baha'i writings, a simple story and a beautiful painting for each of 19 days all relating to a virtue promote in children a love for reading daily from the scriptures and enable them to learn from the example of ...

Daily Reflections and Stories for Children  Stories of Bah   u ll  h

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ISBN: 9780853985624

Page: 48

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A short passage from the Baha'i writings, a simple story and a beautiful painting for each of 19 days all relating to a virtue promote in children a love for reading daily from the scriptures and enable them to learn from the example of 'Abdu'l Baha.This second volume of the popular Daily Reflections and Stories for Children provides more stories about 'Abdu'l Baha, additional passages from the scriptures and new paintings to enhance your children's bedtime devotions.

The Story of the Bab Baha u llah

The historical account of the of the lives of the founders of the Baha'i Faith, the Bab & Baha'u'llah. The Baha'i Religion is second only to Christianity in world wide distribution.

The Story of the Bab   Baha u llah

Author: Jenabe E. Caldwell

Publisher: Best Publisher

ISBN: 9780976278016

Page: 160

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The historical account of the of the lives of the founders of the Baha'i Faith, the Bab & Baha'u'llah. The Baha'i Religion is second only to Christianity in world wide distribution.

Eminent Bah s in the Time of Bah u ll h

He had intended the first volume in this series to contain the basic biography of
Bahá ' u ' lláh , together with some chapters on the history of nineteenth - century
Írán as a background for the events of Bahá ' í history . As this volume grew in ...

Eminent Bah      s in the Time of Bah    u  ll  h

Author: H. M. Balyuzi

Publisher: George Ronald Pub Limited

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Page: 381

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The story of Bah 'u'll h's followers in Iran.

A Lost History of the Baha i Faith

This book tells the story of the Baha'i faith through the eyes of some of the children and grandchildren of its founder, and others who knew Baha'u'llah personally.

A Lost History of the Baha i Faith

Author: Shua Ullah Behai

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ISBN: 9780692331354

Page: 602

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In the mid 1800s, a Persian nobleman in exile claimed to be a new messenger of God. He called himself Baha'u'llah ("The Glory of God") and taught that all nations, races, and religions should come together to build a global civilization of peace and justice for all. Baha'u'llah's progressive teachings have inspired millions of people around the world. But his own family was torn apart by schism and authoritarian interpretations of the religion. Most of his descendants are remembered today as heretics or have been forgotten by Baha'is. This book tells the story of the Baha'i faith through the eyes of some of the children and grandchildren of its founder, and others who knew Baha'u'llah personally. Despite their sincere belief, they were excommunicated and shunned by their own relatives and fellow believers after the prophet's death. They called themselves Unitarian Baha'is and stood for a broad-minded faith based on reason and individual freedom of conscience. Shua Ullah Behai, the eldest grandson of Baha'u'llah, led a Unitarian Baha'i denomination in the United States and compiled an introduction to the Baha'i faith in the 1940s. This historically significant manuscript was preserved by the author's niece and is published for the first time in this annotated volume.

Call to Remembrance

"This is the first book to tell the story of Baha'u'llah, the Prophet-Founder of the Baha'i Faith, largely through his own words.

Call to Remembrance

Author: Bahaaullaah

Publisher: Bahai Publishing

ISBN: 9781618510303

Page: 300

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Call to Remembrance is the first book to tell the story of Bahá u'lláh', the Prophet-Founder of the Bahá'í Faith, largely through His own words. Combining extracts from Bahá u'lláh's writing and supplementing, with additional background information, many major events in His life and ministry are presented. This unique compilation chronicles all periods of Bahá u'lláh's life, and is organized into five sections. Section One gives a glimpse of Bahá u'lláh's early years, marked by the advantage of high birth and riches, and characterized by His unfailing solicitude for the poor, sick, and downtrodden. Section Two covers His exemplary period of discipleship to His forerunner, the Báb. Section Three focuses on the birth of Bahá u'lláh's own revelation while He was imprisoned in Tehran's notorious "Black Pit" for defending and promoting the Báb's cause. Section Four surveys Bahá u'lláh's ministry, during which His afflictions intensified as the orb of His revelation began to rise to its zenith. The devious plots of jealous and corrupt officials, acts of cowardice and betrayal committed by Bahá u'lláh's own half-brother, and transgressions of earnest but misguided followers stand in vivid contrast to the courage, dignity, forbearance, and majesty Bahá u'lláh always exemplified. Section Five examines Bahá u'lláh's provisions for the extension of His authority over the affairs of His Faith through the appointment of His eldest son, 'Abdu'l-Bahá, as the Center of His Covenant. Finally, this section covers the events surrounding Bahá u'lláh's passing. Book jacket.

The Covenant of Bah u ll h

This confrontation was reported to Bahá'u'lláh who revealed a Tablete addressed
to Hájí Mírzá Aḥmad and instructed His amanuensis , Mírzá Aqá Ján , to read it
aloud in the gathering of the believers . Salmání continues the story of Mirza ...

The Covenant of Bah   u ll  h

Author: Adib Taherzadeh

Publisher: George Ronald Publisher Limited

ISBN: 9780853983446

Page: 473

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The Covenant of Baha'u'llah is a unique and priceless heritage that carries enormous potential for the future in the unfoldment of Baha'u'llah's new world order and ultimately the Golden Age of humankind. This book provides a wealth of material for the study of the Covenant.

Writings of Bah u ll h

A Compilation Baháʼuʼlláh ... Symbolizing true human love bordering on the
divine , the story has been made the theme of many a Persian romantic poem ,
particularly that ... Refer to the story of Joseph in the Qur ' an and the Old
Testament .

Writings of Bah   u ll  h

Author: Baháʼuʼlláh

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Page: 854

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Baha u llah the Prince of Peace

Overjoyed , and openly declaring that he owed his good fortune to Bahá ' u ' lláh ,
he associated with His followers on all possible ... We know by name many of this
happy band of exiles and as the story unfolds they become our old friends .

Baha u llah  the Prince of Peace

Author: David Hofman

Publisher: George Ronald Pub Limited

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Page: 200

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Baha u llah and the New Era

Bahá'u'lláh confirms the scientists who claim , not six thousand , but millions and
billions of years for the history of the earth's creation . The evolution theory does
not deny creative power . It only tries to describe the method of its manifestation ...

Baha u llah and the New Era

Author: John Ebenezer Esslemont

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Page: 285

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Bah u ll h and the New Era

All peoples and communities have been expecting a Revelation , and He , Bahá '
u ' lláh , is the foremost teacher and educator of all mankind . — ABDU ' L - BAHÁ
The Greatest Event in History If we study the story of the “ ascent of man ” as ...

Bah   u ll  h and the New Era

Author: John Ebenezer Esslemont

Publisher: Bahai Pub Trust

ISBN: 9780877431602

Page: 300

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The author "explains Bahá'u'lláh's way to peace and His call for a system of world government, in which the well-being and development of all nations is assured through justice, consultation and a reduction of the world's armaments."--Cover.

Bah u ll h

From that day Bahá ' u ' lláh cast aside all thought of personal interest and arose
with great enthusiasm to promote the ... The story goes that four men , one of
whom the actual murderer , were taken to Tehran to be tried and sentenced for
their ...

Bah   u ll  h

Author: Shahrokh Monjazeb

Publisher: Furutan Academy Publications

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Page: 203

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World Order

... preciousness of this world . portrayed as having a special spiritual Bahá'u'lláh
notes that " every man of station . Yet one of the implied argudiscernment , while
walking upon the ments throughout the book is the Earth's earth , feeleth indeed ...

World Order

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Equality of Women and Men

that portrays a new creation story with a component of equality of men and
women from their very origin of creation? The answer is 'Yes'. The most recent
Manifestation that has appeared in humanity's recent history is called Bahá'u'lláh
(which ...

Equality of Women and Men

Author: Reynaldo Pareja

Publisher: Palibrio.com

ISBN:

Page: 291

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We are witnessing today women being elected as presidents or prime ministers, women that have been awarded Nobel prizes, that perform exceedingly in sports winning Olympic medals, women that excel in art, that have defended the rights of the oppressed, that have gone to space, that are active in politics and are CEOs of businesses and corporations. Women today are found in the most difficult jobs such as urgency paramedics, workers in heavy machinery factories, and in the construction of skyscrapers; they are in research laboratories or as members of toxic materials management teams. This was not the scenario 175 years ago. On the contrary, women since the cave times until the dawn of the twentieth century have been oppressed by the fact they were born as women. Social, cultural, economic, and political roles defined by men in those times obliged women to stay at home raising children, without being allowed to aspire to play a significant role in the development of the economic, civic and religious life of their communities. The explosion of women participating today in the social, political, and economic arenas of the advanced countries might give the impression that this was their situation in the past. Not true. This modern movement of women engaged in a tenacious struggle for equality with men has given them unquestionable victories, and a powerful consciousness of their role in the unfolding of a new and powerful history. Their victories, in many occasions, were acquired in open confrontation with men who did not want to accept they had inherent rights. It has been a slow process that has demanded extraordinary effort from women all over the world. We are just beginning to witness the potential that women have, and we can foresee the brilliant future they are going to create for humanity. Appreciating, defending, and promoting this evolution is an invitation to participate with them in this extraordinary journey destined to be a magnificent stage of evolution for the benefit of all of humanity.