Baha'ism


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Baha'ísm

(baˈhɑːˌɪzəm)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) another name, not in Baha'í use, for the Baha'í Faith

Baha’ism

the doctrines and practices of a sect growing out of Babism and reflecting some attitudes of the Islamic Shi’a sect, but with an emphasis on tolerance and the essential worth of all religions. — Baha’i, n., adj.Baha’ist, n., adj.
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He continued: "Then I was questioned about one of the stories in 'A Man of Integrity' and they were adamant that I was defending Baha'ism.
It witnessed the birth of Baha'ism and Mormonism, not to mention once again Comte's Humanity.
126) By the 1890s, it was not only Christians that were coming to Mandalay, but also emissaries of such new religious firms as Baha'ism and the conversionist Hindu Arya Samaj, which arrived in 1897.
Other religions are persecuted, such as Baha'ism , which is perceived by local imams as a threat to Islam.
He added that Iranian university students have been deprived of their right to continue their studies in the same countries that claim to be supporters of Baha'ism and human rights for no good reason.
Ancient civilizations, such as the Zoroastrianism (its adherents known as Parsis in India), Vedic/Indic, Confucianism, Daoism, Shinto, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Baha'ism, and a myriad of Indigenous religio-cultural ways of life have their beginnings in Asia.
Reverend Bhavani Girard, Director of the Program, says that this project includes outlines and discussions regarding major world religions like Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Judaism, Baha'ism, Confucianism, Daoism, etc.
Intriguingly, he was also an early leader of the Baha'i movement in the United States and many of his written works seek to harmonize progressive education with Baha'ism.
He was also critical of Baha'ism and Qadianism which were "the two forms which the modern revival of pre- Islamic Magianism has assumed.
Religious participants included representatives from numerous traditions from within nine major faiths: Baha'ism, Buddhism, Christianity, Daoism, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, Sikhism, and Shintoism.
4 BILLION 3 HINDUISM 913 MILLION 4 BUDDHISM 384 MILLION 5 SIKHISM 24 MILLION 6 JUDAISM 15 MILLION 7 BAHA'ISM 7.
Baha'ism was founded in Iran in 1863 and its central theme is that all religions are different faces of the same religion, worshipping the same God but in different ways.