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  1. Baha'i Prayers and Tablets for the Young by Bahá'u'lláh, 1978
  2. Circle of Unity: Baha'i Approaches to Current Social Issues

141. Baha'i Association Of The University Of New Mexico
Welcome to the UNM Bahá’í Association Homepage. O SON OF SPIRIT! The bird seeketh its nest; the nightingale the charm of the rose; whilst those birds,
O SON OF SPIRIT! The bird seeketh its nest; the nightingale the charm of the rose; whilst those birds, the hearts of men, content with transient dust, have strayed far from their eternal nest, and with eyes turned towards the slough of heedlessness are bereft of the glory of the divine presence. Alas! How strange and pitiful; for a mere cupful, they have turned away from the billowing seas of the Most High, and remained far from the most effulgent horizon. [Click Here to Enter] please feel free to contact us at:
or visit our office in the SUB's Lobo Lair, Rm.1048 Be sure to check out these

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  • 143. Religious Studies Web Guide
    bahai Academics Resource Library good collection of primary and secondary material; bahai Faith Index bahai World - Official site of the Baha i
    RETURN TO HOME PAGE You are visitor since July 23, 1998
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    144. -- The Baha'i Faith: An Ex-Baha'i Christian View
    ExBaha'i Christian testimony and conversion stories. Over 80 links to Baha'i sects, texts, critics, controversies, Christian apologetics and more.
    The Baha'i Faith: An Ex-Baha'i Christian View
    Ex-Baha'i Christian testimony, Baha'i Faith facts, critics, controversies, sects, texts,
    former Baha'is, ex-cult support, comparative religion, Christian apologetics, and more!
    Should you accept Baha'u'llah and the Baha'i Faith or Jesus Christ and Christianity? Can you accept both?
    "I hope that through my story, other Baha'is perhaps may decide to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and put aside the contrary religion of Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri, Baha'u'llah." Eric Stetson, Baha'i from 1998 to 2002, founder of and Hope Through Christ Ministries

    Overview of the Baha'i Faith
    The Baha'i Faith began as an offshoot of Babism, which itself was an offshoot of Shi'ite Islam. Babism was a radical millennarian sect that arose in the mid-1800's in Persia, what is now Iran. It was founded by Sayyid Muhammad Ali Shirazi, a merchant and mystic who studied in a religious school devoted to prophecies of the appearance of the Qaim, a messianic figure who was expected by Shi'ite Muslims to appear at the end of the world. In 1844 he decided he was this figure, and began calling himself the Bab ("Gate" in Arabic) who would be the new mediator between God and man and would conquer the world and transform it into a spiritual paradise. Many clerics and revolutionary thinkers in Persia at the time decided to follow the Bab, and initially he encouraged his followers to attempt to overthrow the Persian government through militant means. This approach led only to slaughter of many

    145. Bahá í Association At Stanford University
    A student group promoting independent and unprejudiced thinking, and unity among racial, ethnic and religious groups on campus.

    146. Bahai-Religion-Spirituality - Indiatimes
    Indiatimes Spirituality Religion bahai Affirmations . Feng Shui Religion Christianity Hinduism Jainism True Perspectives. bahai
    document.domain=''; var strchannel = 'spirituality'; var strpagetitle = 'spirituality'; var strfont = ''; var strlink = ''; var strendlink = ''; var bspeedera = false; var bloginbased = true; var bsinglelineformat = false; var strloginip = ''; var strlogoutip=''; Search in Spirituality Indiatimes Web Advanced search Indiatimes Spirituality Religion Bahai Home Categories Metrospirituality The Speaking Tree Festivals Yoga And Mudras ... True Perspectives Bahai Buddhism Islam Judaism Sikhism ... Almanac Interactive Clubs Koans Confessions Divine Greetings ...

    Mirza Hoseyn was exiled to Baghdad and consequently to Kurdistan and Constantinople by orthodox Sunni Muslims...
    The Bab

    His disciples formally declared their separation from Islam at Badasht in 1848. Mirza Ali was executed in 1848 even though his charming nature had...

    The Bahais are firm believers in the oneness of religions and the unity of mankind. They believe that founders of all religions are embodiments of...
    Holy Places

    The Holiest place for the Bahais are the shrines of Bab, and Baha Ullah at Bahji near Akka in...

    147. Bahá'í Moss: Hovedside
    Med aktiviteter og kontaktinformasjon.
    Velkommen til Moss bahá'í samfunn
    Bahá'í-samfunnet i Moss er et av Norges bahá'í-samfunn. Vi danner sammen med de andre samfunnene i norge og rundt om i de fleste land i verden, et romslig felleskap av verdensborgere. Verdensborgere med bakgrunn fra nesten alle raser, kulturer, sosiale lag og religiøse opprinnelser.

    148. Library Home Page
    The International Bahá í Library, Haifa, Israel, is the largest repository of published items by and about the Bábí and Bahá í religions and community.

    149. Mahatma Gandhi And The Bahá'ís Striving Towards A Nonviolent Civilization
    An essay on Mahatma Gandhi and the bahais striving to achieve a nonviolent civilization.
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    To my parents,
    To my family,
    To humankind.
    This work also represents my personal expression of deep thanks to Gandhi, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the culmination of his life of serviceand ultimate sacrificein 1948, when he departed his earthly life with God's mention on his lips. Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869, and I was born during his one hundredth birth anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, my parents named me Gandhimohan, meaning Gandhi-admirer. As a child I was deeply influenced by Gandhi through my parents' adherence to many of his ethical and moral teachings. I have refrained from using the title ``Mahatma'' (great spirit) because I feel that Gandhi may have disliked it were he alive today. His statements regarding his distaste for lofty titles include the following: ``My Mahatmaship is worthless.'' ``I hold it to be a blasphemy to represent me as Shri Krishna.'' ``I have become literally sick of the adoration of the unthinking multitude.'' ``Though a non-co-operator, I shall gladly subscribe to a Bill to make it criminal for anybody to call me Mahatma and to touch my feet. Where I can impose the law myself, i.e., at the Ashram, the practice is criminal.'' ``Truth to me is infinitely dearer than the 'mahatmaship', which is purely a burden.''
    January 1998 Natal, Brazil

    150. Bahai Switzerland
    Swiss Baha'i community, introduction, events, statements on world events, contacts and links.

    151. Baha'i Reference Library
    The Bahá’í Reference Library is an agency of the Bahá’í International Community, a nongovernmental organization that represents and encompasses the

    t is permissible to study sciences and arts, but such sciences as are useful and would redound to the progress and advancement of the people. Thus hath it been decreed by Him Who is the Ordainer, the All-Wise. Tablets of Baha'u'llah, p. 26 Search
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    152. Bahai Info Page
    To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the bahai Archives. To unsubscribe from bahai, get a password reminder, or change your
    Bahai Baha'i Association Mailing List About Bahai English (USA) To inform members of the Baha'i Association at UCLA of weekly/regular activities and announcements, as well as to those interested in the club and/or in the Baha'i Faith. To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Bahai Archives The current archive is only available to the list members. Using Bahai To post a message to all the list members, send email to You can subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription, in the sections below. Subscribing to Bahai Subscribe to Bahai by filling out the following form. You will be sent email requesting confirmation, to prevent others from gratuitously subscribing you. This is a private list, which means that the list of members is not available to non-members.
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    153. Die Stuttgarter Bahai-Gemeinde
    Hier finden Sie Informationen ¼ber die Gemeinde, zu Veranstaltungen und dem Glauben, zur AnnaK¶stlin Schule, der Sonntagsschule der Gemeinde, sowie weiterf¼hrende Links.
    Externer Link Bahai-Gemeinde Stuttgart 16. Januar 2005:

    August 2004:
    Abdul-Baha Abbas
    Im Jahre 1913 besuchte Abdul-Baha Stuttgart, die Stadt, in der die Bahai-Lehren auf deutschem Boden zuerst Wurzel geschlagen hatten.
    Eine Ansprache
    Steps to World Peace Die Tanzgruppe Steps to World Peace auf Tour in Stuttgart!
    17. bis 24. Juli 2005
    09:00-12:00 Besuch in Schulen
    13:00-18:00 Promo Innenstadt
    20:00-23:00 Festivals/OpenAir 21. Juli, ab 20.00 Uhr Backstage-Abend im Weitere Bahai Websites Links nicht nur zu Bahai-Websites: Alles rund ums Thema Bahai und Stuttgart finden Sie hier 100 Jahre Bahai in Stuttgart 1905 Erster Bahai in Stuttgart 1913 Abdul-Bahas Besuch 1919 Erster Bahai-Verlag 1921 Erste Bahai-Konferenz 1951 Erster Weltreligionstag Das Wesen der Religion ist die Liebe (PDF-Format)

    154. Bahai Private Archives Authentication
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    155. Bahá'í Oslo: Hovedside
    Med temakvelder, kontaktinformasjon og informasjon for l¦rere og elever.
    Velkommen til Oslo bahá'í samfunn
    Bahá'í-samfunnet i Oslo er et av Norges bahá'í-samfunn. Vi danner sammen med de andre samfunnene i norge og rundt om i de fleste land i verden, et romslig felleskap av verdensborgere. Verdensborgere med bakgrunn fra nesten alle raser, kulturer, sosiale lag og religiøse opprinnelser.
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    156. Médiathèque Baha'ie: MEDIATHEQUE BAHA'IE - Centre De Ressources Baha'ies Franc

    157. Letter To NSA On Gays
    Group of homosexually oriented members present some recommendations to the NSA.
    September 20, 1993
    To The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is United States Dear Friends, The Baha'is and their friends who gathered in Reno, Nevada from the 3rd to the 5th of September, 1993 want to sincerely thank the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States for supporting this historic gathering. Without your love and support, this weekend could not have occurred. For many of us, it was the first opportunity to speak honestly about the pain, hurt, and confusion we experience because of the lack of tolerance and acceptance of us from our Baha'i brothers and sisters. Our devotions on Sunday morning included the naming of the many people we once knew who had passed on due to suicide or complications from AIDS, and the recitation of the long healing prayer for their souls and the success of this meeting. The lives of so many precious friends so tragically cut short gave a special gravity to our gathering. We all experienced a powerful sense of urgency that some new openness and understanding be reached, not only for our own well being, but for the sake of future generations of gay men and lesbians, and further, for the good of the Faith itself. Many of us have been in hiding from our Baha'i communities, we have all been made to feel unwelcome in our own religion. For a few of us, it seems that alienation, confusion, and despair has been too heavy a burden to bear. We began with prayers for assistance and by affirming that we are all strong in the covenant, and want to fully support all the Institutions of the Baha'i Faith. After a weekend of at times painful, open and frank consultation we have produced, as requested by the National Spiritual Assembly, a list of recommendations. The recommendations that follow were taken from individuals throughout the weekend and refined somewhat in final consultation at the close of the weekend. We wish to emphasize that each of the members who put their name to this letter may not agree with all the details of every suggestion. We respectfully seek your guidance, prayers, and support. As well, we humbly, but honestly offer our own unique perspective for your consultation on this issue.

    158. Bahai-Verlag Deutschland
    Bahá'í-Verlag Deutschland. Bahá'í Publishing Trust Germany. Bahá'í-Bücher in Deutsch und Persisch. Bahá'í books in Persian and German.

    159. Baha'i Community Of Singapore
    Community news, history, personal profiles, links and contacts.
    The well-being of mankind, its peace and security, are unattainable unless and until its unity is firmly established."

    160. Breaking The Baha'i Code
    A Christian approach to understanding and evangelizing Baha'is.
    Welcome to ON TRUTH A ministry of Dr. Cky J. Carrigan devoted to Apologetic Evangelism that seeks to equip the saints for the work of evangelism through a rigorous pursuit of TRUTH motivated by LOVE. HOME Two Minutes to Eternal Life My God-Story BREAKING THE BAHA'I CODE: UNDERSTANDING AND EVANGELIZING MEMBERS OF THE BAHAI FAITH By Cky J. Carrigan, Ph.D., July 2000 [Revised 5/2/05] What is the Baha'i Faith? The Baha'i Faith is a young, widely distributed, fast growing, independent world religion that believes in the oneness of God, the oneness of religion and the oneness of humanity, and practices social activism. The Baha'i Faith follows the teachings of Baha'u'llah who is their ultimate prophet and the latest Great Manifestation of God. The Baha'i Faith has historical connections to the Babi religion and Shi'ite Islam but has moved beyond both of these middle-eastern religious traditions. Baha'u'llah, whose title means "glory of God," founded the Baha'i Faith in Persia (modern Iran ) about 150 years ago.

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