Baha'í Faith

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Baha'í Faith

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Baha'í

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(Other Non-Christian Religions) a religious system founded in 1863 by Baha'ullah, based on Babism and emphasizing the value of all religions and the spiritual unity of all mankind. See Babism
Baˈha'ist, Baˈha'ite adj, n
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Parliamentary Secretary Khalil Jorge speaking on the occasion congratulated the Bahai community on the eve of Eid Rizwan religious festival of Bahai religion.
Using a Weberian approach of enchantment and disenchantment as well as re-enchantment Benjamin discusses the position of the Bahai religion in Temiar life during the 1970s.
Illumine My Family: Prayers and Meditations from the Bahai Faith is an anthology of prayers and meditative selections from writings of the Bahai religion, chosen to aid believers of all walks of life to incorporate more spirituality into their daily routine.
Gregory, in establishing the Bahai religion in the South in the early twentieth century.
With Ahmadinejad sitting next to him on the platform, Bollinger also demanded that the Iranian leader explain his country's recent execution of human rights activists and even children, about its support of violent insurgency in Iraq and its oppression of women, homosexuals and followers of the Bahai religion.
He practised the Bahai religion, founded in Iran and which teaches that humanity is a single race.
The Bahai religion has a prayer book, in different volumes.
The reason that Americans have supported Israel to the tune of $140 billion is that they are the lone country in the Middle East that is a responsible, caring democracy, home to many Jews, but also to Christians, Muslims and Druze, Bahai religions that want to live in peace.