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At the workshop meeting each Sunday, troupe members rehearse but also talk out problems they experience during the week, DeGruy said. Perhaps because of this low-key approach, the faith is relatively unknown, despite an year presence in Los Angeles. Other critics dismiss the religion as a cult.
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Trade Paperback. Add to Wishlist Add to Cart. Description Reviews An introduction to the Baha'i Faith that challenges readers to view religion, civilization, and spirituality in a new way. Religion on the Healing Edge: What Baha'is Believe examines the defining beliefs animating the Baha'i Faith and its distinctive practices, which are intended to change the world.
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Author Frank Stetzer offers insights into the Baha'i community and its vision to establish a new global civilization based on the recognition of the oneness of humanity. The vision he presents is a bold and audacious one, full of unique opportunities and unusual challenges. A marvelous book for anyone interested in learning more about the mission of the Baha'i Faith and the relevance of its teachings.
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Be the first to submit a review on this product! The author assesses the development of Baha'is in the United States, discusses current events and issues within the community, and surveys contem Author Nabil I. Selections from the writings of abdu'l-baha Marzieh Gail. A crown of beauty : the baha'i faith and the holy land Eunice Braun. The baha'i world : an international record -. This is a study of the history, teachings, administrative structure and community life of the Baha'i faith, the youngest and fastest growing of the world's independent religions Tablets of baha'u'llah Habib Taherzadeh.
An inspiring and dramatically paced introduction to the Prophet and Founder of the Baha'i Faith, The Story of Baha'u'llah presents in a clear narrative style the life of the Prophet from His birth into a wealthy and noble family, through His transforming spiritual experience while inc ALL English Publication Year.
Display 61 - 80 from results. Spirit of Faith: The Oneness of God.
Spirit of Faith: The Oneness of God is a compilation of writings and prayers that will offer hope for a better future - one filled with unity, understanding, and acceptance between all peoples and religions of the world. This collection of sacred scripture demonstrates that we are all part of a single, unfolding, divine creation.
The Spirit of Faith series will explore important spiritual topics - such as the unity of humanity, the eternal covenant of God, the promise of world peace, and much more - by taking an in-depth look at how the writings of the Baha'i Faith view these issues. The series is designed to encourage readers of all faiths to think about spiri.. Read More. This book relates the story of the evolution of the Babi-Baha'i community, beginning with the birth of the Bab and then traced over the next century and a half in the city of his birth, Shiraz.
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This fascinating history - the first of its kind on the development of local Baha'i communities of Iran Peter Smith traces the development of the Baha'i faith from its roots in the Babi movement of mid-nineteenth century Iran, through the lives and work of its prophet-founder, Baha'u'llah , and his successors, to its contemporary emergence as a worldwide religion.
The American Baha'i community is the subject of this scholarly book. Read here a dispassionate history of the Baha'i Faith in America, from to The author assesses the development of Baha'is in the United States, discusses current events and issues within the community, and surveys contem Author Nabil I.
A crown of beauty : the baha'i faith and the holy land Eunice Braun.