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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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.
4 BILLION 3 HINDUISM 913 MILLION 4 BUDDHISM 384 MILLION 5 SIKHISM 24 MILLION 6 JUDAISM 15 MILLION 7 BAHA'ISM 7.
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