Ahmadi Islam], Bahaism
, and Christian Missionaries.
It is not inconsistent with Islamic tenets to mention the religion on a person's card even though it may be a religion whose rites are not recognized for open practice, such as Bahaism
and the like.
His research into Bahaism
, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, Sufism and Taoism has greatly influenced his spiritual and philosophical perspective.
Typically, for example, Baha'is who are imprisoned are accused of things like "activities against national security," "propaganda against the regime," and/or "membership in the unlawful 'Bahaism
"Considering your experience and background in Bahaism
and some other related fields, I'd like to offer you an opportunity for cooperation!
Thus, today, "World Religion" textbooks would usually include the "Big Five"--Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism (despite its small size), Christianity, Islam--and probably others such as Taoism, Confucianism, Jainism, Sikhism, Bahaism
, etc., and then perhaps also more "modern/ancient" religions such as Wicca, so-called indigenous or traditional religions (such as those of Native American tribes), etc.
Hudson's personal convictions in the novel, one of his medical colleagues remarks "You would think, to hear his prattle, that he was a wealthy and neurotic old lady trying to graduate from theosophy to Bahaism
..." See page 5 of Lloyd C.
Data from the Department of Statistics Malaysia in 2006 reported that of the total of slightly more than 24 million people then, 60.4% are Muslims, 19.2% are Buddhists, 9.1% are Christians, 6.3% are Hindus and 5% are from other minority faiths such as Sikhism, Taoist, Confucianism, Bahaism
"Others" refers to a tiny Bahai Egyptian community, which faces severe rejection because many Egyptians do not consider Bahaism
a valid religion; this is a sad fact.Aa
This year's symposium, on March 11, featured representatives from eight faiths, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Bahaism
, Catholicism, the Quakers, and Unitarian Universalist.
The ruling puts an end to a five-year legal battle between the Egyptian government and the followers of Bahaism
in this predominantly Muslim country.
In contrast to other religions, Bahaism
was born in the 19th century.