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outline of Baha"i teachings and laws.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha"is of Canada

outline of Baha"i teachings and laws.

by National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha"is of Canada

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Published by Baha"i Pub. Committee in Scarborough, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bahai Faith.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP377 N3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14064293M

    Peter Smith traces the development of the Baha'i faith from its roots in the Babi movement of mid-nineteenth century Iran, through the lives and work of its prophet-founder, Baha'u'llah (), and his successors, to its contemporary emergence as a worldwide religion. • Explores the textual sources for Baha'i belief and practice, theology and anthropology and understanding of other religions.5/5(1). of Baha'i editors, to assume responsibility for the work. The editors appointed by that body present this first Baha'i Year Book in full knowledge that it falls all too short of the ideal. They request its readers to accept the book merely as a preliminary forecast and simple working model of an annual Baha'i File Size: 7MB.

    Perhaps a topical outline of the 29 December letter from the Universal House of Justice might help in its study. If so, here is one (Topical Outline of 29DEC Letter from UHJ)It is interesting to note that the headings of the letter seem to define or succinctly characterise the essence of the milestones.   Shahin Vafai's book provides an excellent introduction to the Baha'i Faith. The writing is clear and concise: 87 pages plus a bibliography, several recommended readings, and a list of helpful websites. As someone who has been a member of the Baha'i FAith for decades, I found the content factual without being overwhelming.5/5(1).

    Bahá'í scripture comprises the writings of the Bab and Baha'u'llah, together with the writings of 'Abdu'l-Baha. Among the better known writings of Baha'u'llah are, The Most Holy Book, The Book of Certitude, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha'u'llah, The Hidden Words and The Seven Valleys. There are many others books of Bahá'í scripture. The Bahá'í teachings represent a considerable number of theological, social, and spiritual ideas that were established in the Bahá'í Faith by its Central Figures. These, combined with the authentic teachings of several past religions, including Islam and Christianity, are regarded by Bahá'ís as teachings revealed by God.. ummary. The most prominent and distinctive principles in the Bahá.


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Outline of Baha"i teachings and laws by National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha"is of Canada Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Kitáb-i-Aqdas – The Most Holy Book Bahá’u’lláh’s book of laws, written in Arabic around while He was still imprisoned within the city of ‘Akká. It was supplemented by later Writings and by Bahá’u’lláh’s replies to a series of questions posed by one of His secretaries. In the Kitáb-i-Aqdas, [The Book of Laws,] Bahá'u'lláh, the Prophet/Founder of the Bahá'í Faith, provides an amazing summary outline of Bahai teachings and laws.

book His teachings. I like to think of this terse outline of His revelation as a sort of core dump of everything He thought important to reiterate.

It is essentially one long list of subject headings, about which further explanation must be found in other texts. Some of these such as prayer, meditation and fasting are to help the individual's spiritual progress; some, such as the marriage laws, have social implications.

One of the primary purposes of the laws, as well as the teachings, that Bahá'u'lláh has given is the uniting. by Jeremy ButlerThe following is a basic outline of the beliefs and teachings of the Baha’i faith. For reference to a particular belief, please reference our articles dealing with specific beliefs within the Baha’i faith.

The Bahá'í writings and sacred scripture. Bahá'í holy texts. The writings of the Báb and Bahá'u'lláh are regarded as Divine Revelation.

The writings of Abdu'l-Bahá are recognised as. Tablets dealing with social teachings. III. Literary Genre of Tablet: 3. Essay or book, not revealed to a specific person. Voice of Tablet: Bahá'u'lláh Outline Contents of Tablet: The Tablet has too much content to summarize.

The homework of student #37 contains a complete verse-by-verse summary. Principal themes of the Tablet. The Baha’i teachings say that the second pillar of religion is obeying God’s law – putting the central idea of Buddha’s right action to work in our real, day-to-day lives.

Baha’is see these laws, not as an imposition of Divine will, or of power, or pleasure, but as the resolutions of truth, reason and justice in. Baha’is follow the teachings of Baha’u’llah, who proclaimed the Baha’i Faith during the middle of the 19 th Century, and who taught world peace, the oneness of all humanity and the essential unity of all religions.

Born Mirza Husayn Ali in Tehran, Persia inBaha’u’llah was known early in his adult life as “the father of the poor” for his selfless work assisting the. There are many holy books used by members of the Baha'i Faith.

The one that states the principle laws, and will be gradually implement in the Baha'i community over centuries, is the Kitáb-i-Aqdas. In addition, the section titled Bahá’u’lláh and His Covenant provides a summary of the origins of the Bahá’í Faith, including brief descriptions of the lives of the Báb, Bahá’u’lláh, ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.

Here is a detailed outline of book 5. Even though book 5 trains Junior Youth Animators, the two first sections, I believe, are applicable to every human being. There is a lot to learn from this book. As book 5 does not seem to be completely finished yet (its still in pre-publication), this outline might not be completely accurate depending on.

Title Bahai Religion - A Brief Created Date: 6/25/ AMFile Size: 8MB. What is the Baha’i view pertaining to identity. Answer The question of identity—what it is and who defines it—goes to the very heart of how the Baha’i teachings on homosexuality can be understood.

For those who believe in Baha’u’llah, it is one’s spiritual essence, the human soul, that constitutes one’s true identity, and it is the Manifestation of God, the source of truth in. With particular regard to the Bible, a letter dated 28 May written on behalf of the Universal House of Justice in response to questions raised by an individual believer outlines two principles to be observed in studying this book.

“In studying the Bible Bahá'is must bear two principles in mind. The principles of the Bahá'í Faith were established by Bahá'u'lláh, the Founder of the Faith, in the latter half of the nineteenth century and promulgated by His Son and appointed successor, 'Abdu'l-Bahá during a tireless twenty -nine year on an historic teaching trip in throughout the United States and Canada, 'Abdu'l-Bahá explained Bahá'u'lláh's Teachings to.

Since this little book has been used as the introduction to the Baha'i Faith. It has been translated into at least 21 different languages, and had millions of copies sold. The Baha'i Faith: An Introduction by Gloria Faizi, offers a very accessible introduction to the Baha'i Faith, it's history, teachings and structure.

Even though the Bahá'í Faith is an independent religion and is not a sect of Islam, we find in the writings of Shoghi Effendi (the Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith ), much emphasis on the need for Bahá'ís to help correct the many mistaken views about Islam, held by the majority of people in the West.

The Constitution of The Universal House of Justice d eclares the trust and by-laws of the supreme governing and legislative body of the Bahá'i Faith, this is the Constitution of The Universal House of Justice.

Every informed Bahá'i should study this important document in order to better understand the "Most Great Law of Faith of Bahá'u'lláh.". He shared "I truly believe Baha'i is best for me." He said he is from a small town in Georgia “in the middle of the woods.” He is the only Baha'i there and teaching many.

Presently he is engaged with teaching his atheist friend who asked several questions about the Faith and has taught his ROTC Sergeant who asked about his Kitab-i-Aqdas book. Baha'i Bookstore customer Service Toll Free: Local: Bahai Teachings; Bahai World News; Brilliant Star Magazine; International Bahai Website; US Bahai Website; Dimensions of Baha'i Law.

Price: $ God's Plan for Planet Earth. Price: $. This teaching hath been mentioned in all the Books of God, and reaffirmed by the Most Exalted Pen." (Bahá’u’lláh: The Kitáb-i-Aqdas, Questions and Answers, Q.p.

) "There are also certain sacred duties of children toward parents, which duties are written in the Book of God, as belonging to God.Other Bahai Laws Other Bahai Laws that have been prescribed in the Kitáb-i-Aqdas include: Pilgrimage to be one of two places: the House of Bahá'u'lláh (currently confiscated) in Baghdad, and the House of the Báb (destroyed) in Shiraz.The Baha’i teachings include laws for the spiritual and moral life of the individual and for the governance and development of society.

Rather than seeing these laws as restrictive, we view them as liberating. We believe they improve our lives and free us from many of the debilitating afflictions of our times.