Teachings

           Dissimulation of the faith was widespread among Babis and Bahais until the early years of the ministry of Shoghi Effendi (1921-57), when he, in a number of messages starting in 1927, prohibited its practice.

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           In 1891, Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri, a Persian nobleman in exile who called himself Baha’u’llah (“The Glory of God”), wrote the following words, claiming to be revealing God’s message for a new era of human civilization: The first Glad-Tidings...

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            When I was confirmed into the Church of England in 1984 I asked some Bahá'ís I met at their firesides to come along. None did.

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    "In many writings of Abdul-Baha, Reconciliation and accordance of science and intellect are emphasized…"
Science and intellect in the Abdul-Baha's point of view:

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         Many of the concepts and approaches of the Bahá'ís are admirable human qualities. But there are also some major problems and inconsistencies in the Bahá'í Faith.

 

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