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Just interested in your religious beliefs. Is this Indian? Can you tell me about it. I'm always interested in these things.
The Orthodox Baha'i Faith began in Persia in 1844. Founded by two Prophets, the Bab and Baha'u'llah. The Bab, a title meaning the Gate, taught for about 6 years that he was the Gate or Forerunner of another Prophet who would immediatelyu come after him, and was publically executed in 1850. Baha'u'llah, a title meaning the Glory of God, proclaimed that he was the Prophet that the Bab foretold. He was banished from Persia and sent to Akka, and died in Israel in 1892. The tomb of the Bab is located on Mount Carmel in Israel.
The teachings of the Faith include the equality of men and women, the elimination of all forms of prejudice, the independant investigation of truth, the basic harmony between science and religion, the establishment of world peace through the establishment of a universal parliment of mankind, and many more such advanced teachings.
There is more about the Baha'i under the topics column, under religion under Bahai.
Thank you. That is very peaceful and nice.
How did you become familiar with this religion? Were your family members of that faith?
by cheaptrick8 years ago
In the first Century AD there were at least thirty varieties of Christianity.What did they believe and why are they not around today?Any one read "Lost Christianities" by Bart D Ehrman.I highly recommend it.
by Barbara7 years ago
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by Mark7 years ago
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by A Troubled Man6 years ago
Just live by the moral and ethical teachings of Jesus and forget the other nonsense about gods, walking on water, healing the sick and lame, heaven, hell, evangelism and all the other gobbledegook written in the Bible....
by Melissa Barrett4 years ago
There's a lot of going back and forth about how Christians are this that or another. Yet no one ever pins down exactly what specific belief it is that makes Christians delusional, or hateful or whatever. The fact is...
by yoshi978 years ago
No, this isn't a 'bash the believers' thread, nor do I wish to see it become as such. Instead, I have an earnest question I want answered, and I'm afraid non-believers aren't qualified to answer this one, for reasons...
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