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The Baha'i Faith: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guides (Oneworld))

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    Moojan Momen(Author)

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The youngest of the world religions and the second most widespread after Christianity, the Baha’i Faith is well known for its belief in the oneness of all religions. In this clear, readable, and informative guide, Momen provides a vibrant introduction to all aspects of this fast-expanding faith, which now has over 5.5 million adherents.

From its teachings on the spiritual development of the individual to the belief in the need for world peace, Momen’s comprehensive study gives anyone interested in the contemporary religious landscape an authoritative insight into this 150-year old tradition, whose spiritual and social teachings are so much in tune with the concerns of today.

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  • PDF | 160 pages
  • Moojan Momen(Author)
  • Oneworld Publications; Revised edition edition (1 Feb. 2008)
  • English
  • 9
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By Carol Down on 9 April 2016

    Good introduction to the faith. I'm always interested in what and why people are thinking and believing in the way they do.I find so much similarity comes through majority of the major faiths. All believe they have special words from God or special insight from something other than themselves. The differences of words and insights being the cause of much human anguish and terrible pain that we inflict on each other.I often wonder who actually sees the whole of the mountain we are all living on. Trees myside, rocks and sand the other, perhaps snow above. The mountain remains the mountain, we just have different views from where we stand. If what you believe and how you behave enhances your life and interactions with your fellow human beings, if it gives peace, joy, patience, is not jealous, is long suffering, tolerant, takes no account of wrongs done. Hopes for the best in all things, Does not look for you to maim and murder others. Give it a go. The Baha' I way appears to be like this. I would recommend this book as a good introduction..

  • By CheerUpCharlie on 8 April 2010

    This book is very good at describing the practical life of a Baha'i and ethics and a brief history of the faith. However it is somehow lacking in theological discussion with only a short chapter near the end of the book which I found disappointing. If you like quotes this book is great as every page is taken up by at least one long quote, as for me I found this a bit irritating as it was almost as if the author couldn't be bothered to write the information himself and instead compiled quotes from the leaders of the Baha'i faith and filled them out inbetween.

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