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Leo Tolstoy And The Baha I Faith

Author : Luigi Stendardo
ISBN : 0853982147
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Tolstoy first heard of the Baha'm teachings in 1894 at a time when the movement was hardly known. This book traces the developments and fluctuations in Tolstoy's attitude as more information was made available to him. (World Religions)
Category: Literary Criticism

Islam And The Baha I Faith

Author : Oliver Scharbrodt
ISBN : 9781135975685
Genre : Political Science
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Muhammad ‘Abduh (1849-1905) was one of the key thinkers and reformers of modern Islam who has influenced both liberal and fundamentalist Muslims today. ‘Abdul-Baha (1844-1921) was the son of Baha’ullah (1817-1892), the founder of the Baha’i Faith; a new religion which began as a messianic movement in Shii Islam, before it departed from Islam. Oliver Scharbrodt offers an innovative and radically new perspective on the lives of these two major religious reformers in 19th century Middle East by placing both figures into unfamiliar terrain. While one would classify ‘Abdul-Baha, leader of a messianic movement which claims to depart from Islam, as an exponent of heresy in Islam, ‘Abduh is perceived as an orthodox Sunni reformer. This book, however, argues against the assumption that both represent two extremely opposite expressions of Islamic religiosity. It shows that both were influenced by similar intellectual and religious traditions of Islam and that both participated in the same discussions on the reform of Islam in the 19th century. Islam and the Baha'i Faith provides new insights into the Islamic background of the Baha’i Faith and into ‘Abduh’s own association with so-called heretical movements in Islam.
Category: Political Science

The Baha I Faith A Guide For The Perplexed

Author : Robert H. Stockman
ISBN : 9781441104472
Genre : Religion
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Founded by Bahá'u'llah in Iran in the 19th century, the Bahá'í Faith is one of the youngest of the world's major religions. Though it has over 5 million followers worldwide, it is still little understood outside of its own community. The Bahá'í Faith: A Guide for the Perplexed explores the utopian vision of the Bahá'í Faith including its principles for personal spiritual transformation and for the construction of spiritualized marriages, families, Bahá'í communities, and, ultimately, a spiritual world civilization. Aimed at students seeking a thorough understanding of this increasingly studied religion, this book is the ideal companion to studying and understanding the Bahá'í Faith, its teachings and the history of its development.
Category: Religion

Leo Tolstoy

Author : David R. Egan
ISBN : UCSC:32106017647295
Genre : Reference
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More than 1200 books, essays, articles and dissertations about Tolstoy can be found in this bibliography. The entries are divided into sections on Tolstoy's fiction, art and aesthetics, philosophy, religion, education, and political, social and economic thought. The volume also lists Tolstoy biographies, comparisons with other authors and works abo
Category: Reference

A Concise Encyclopedia Of The Baha I Faith

Author : Peter Smith
ISBN : 9781780744803
Genre : Religion
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Written by a well-known author in the field of Baha'i studies, this is a comprehensive and accessible encyclopedia to the youngest of the world religions. Regarded as the second most widespread faith after Christianity, with adherents in almost every country around the globe, the Baha'i faith is nevertheless unfamiliar to many. here Dr Smith traces the origins and development of the religion from 19th century Iran to the modern day, introducing its central figures and major historical events. combining breadth with a readable yet concise style, he provides a balanced overview of Baha'i scriptures, doctrines and practices, social teachings and organization. This reference work presents a clear and knowledgeable view of a fascinating new religion.
Category: Religion

The Bah World

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ISBN : UOM:39015078331439
Genre : Bahai Faith
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ISBN : UOM:39015084455081
Genre : Canada
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The Baha I Faith

Author : Joel Bjorling
ISBN : UOM:39015079953579
Genre : Bahai Faith
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Baha I World

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ISBN : UCAL:B2922900
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A Reader S Guide

Author : Eunice Braun
ISBN : UOM:39015010415829
Genre : Bahai Faith
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Texe Marrs Book Of New Age Cults Religions

Author : Texe W. Marrs
ISBN : 0962008648
Genre : Religion
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Across America and the world dangerous New Age cults and religious groups are growing in strength and numbers. Here is the authoritative guide to the New Age cults and religions infecting and threatening our society. It carefully analyzes these groups and provides answers to the questions most commonly asked about them.
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Bah World

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ISBN : UCR:31210009356047
Genre : Bahaism
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The Gardeners Of God

Author : Colette Gouvion
ISBN : UOM:39015032811740
Genre : Religion
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In an candid and informative account, two French jounralists set out to conduct an objective and unbiased study of the Baha'i Faith, an emerging world religion. Through a series of frank and lively interviews, interspersed with personal observations, they examine who the Baha'i's are and what they believe.
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Oil And Islam

Author : Farid A. Khavari
ISBN : UOM:39015019839961
Genre : Middle East
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Baha I North

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ISBN : UVA:X030289713
Genre : Bahai Faith
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The Bah Faith

Author : William S. Hatcher
ISBN : IND:39000000966205
Genre : Bahai Faith
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Ameen Rihani

Author : Nathan C. Funk
ISBN : 0761828605
Genre : History
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In the summer of 1888, Ameen Fares Rihani (1876-1940) left the shores of his native Lebanon to begin a new life in the bustling metropolis of New York City. Few could have guessed at the time that the young Rihani would soon become one of the most famous and distinctive Arab writers of the era, transforming tales from his crossings between East and West into a clarion call for understanding and cooperation between a rising world power and an Arab world that was suspended between cultural renaissance and political recolonization. Less than a year after the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the Ameen Rihani Institute and the American University Center for Global Peace convened a distinguished group of Arab, American, and European scholars for an international symposium in Washington, D.C. Inspired by the conviction that Rihani's humane vision still addresses many of the most vitally important issues in global affairs, the participants in this symposium prepared stimulating writings on every facet of Rihani's intellectual journey, literary career, political advocacy, and life as a protagonist of Arab-American understanding. The result is this remarkable book demonstrating the extraordinary nature of Ameen Rihani's work as a cultural ambassador; the depth of his affinities for such writers as Carlyle, Emerson, Thoreau, and Tolstoy; and the enduring relevance of his commitments to tolerance, universalism, reconciliation, and peace.
Category: History