The Story of Baha'u'llah: Promised One of All Religions

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Baha'i Publishing Trust, 2005 - 359 páginas
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An inspiring and dramatically paced introduction to the Prophet and Founder of the Baha'i Faith, The Story of Baha'u'llah presents in a clear narrative style the life of the Prophet from His birth into a wealthy and noble family, through His transforming spiritual experience while incarcerated in the infamous Black Pit of Tehran, and over the decades of harsh and increasingly remote exile that followed. Woven into the story are Baha'u'llah's principal teachings and references to historical events and persons that place the development of the new religion in a global context. In addition, The life of the Bab and the dramatic events of the Dawnbreaker era are a major part of the first portion of the book.
 

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Who was Bah'u'llh (1817-92)? Why was he persecuted, tortured, imprisoned, and exiled by the political and religious authorities of his time? These volumes attempt to make the life of this self ... Leer comentario completo

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Shaykh Mahmúds Secret Plan
3
The Puppet Show and the Dream
6
The Home of Love
10
Father of the Poor and Mother of Consolation
13
No Time to Lose
17
The Quest
23
Witnesses of the Dawn
27
Noble Descendant of a Noble Father
32
One Hundred and Ten Days
172
The Sultans Command
175
The Poisoned Cup
178
The Most Great Separation
182
He Who Feareth No One
186
O Kings of the Earth
190
Destination Unknown
194
The Most Great Prison
198

The Mujtahid and the Dervish
36
Awake Awake
40
The Scholar and the Governors
44
The Open Mountain and the Grievous Mountain
50
Rage and a Secret Rescue
53
The Blast of the Trumpet
57
The Sermon of Wrath and a Royal Command
62
BandarGaz and the Black Standard
64
Danger at Amul
68
Courage at Tabarsí
72
Embattled
76
No Peace in the City of Tabríz
80
A Promise Kept in Karbala
86
A Plot against the Shah
90
Prisoner
94
The Black Pit
96
Cruel Days
100
The Mystery of God and His Treasure
105
Banished
110
Terrible Journey
114
Baghdad
121
Thousands of Oceans of Light
124
The Dark Campaign
128
Alone in the Wilderness
131
The Nameless One
135
A Joyful NawRúz
140
Purity within Purity
144
Unlocking the Doors of Heaven
148
The Shaykh and the Assassin
153
The Eldest Uncles Questions
157
A Paradox Resolved
163
The Garden of Paradise
167
Seeking a Glimpse of the Lord
201
For the Healing of All the World
204
Into the Mouth of the Serpent
209
The Greatest Gift
213
The Whisperings of Satan
218
The Keys of My Mercy
222
The Governor and the Master of Acre
226
Two Birds of the Nest of Thy Love
229
The Hand of God
234
Oasis
238
The King of Martyrs and the Beloved of Martyrs
242
Blessed Is the Place
246
To Conquer the Cities of the Hearts
250
The Master
254
O Most Exalted Leaf
258
These Fruitless Strifes These Ruinous Wars
263
The King of Days
267
The Holy Mountain and the Martyrs of Yazd
273
A Pattern for the Future
278
The Sun of Bahá Has Set
284
An Excellent and Priceless Heritage
287
A Brief Chronology of Events in the Life of Baháullah
291
A Note about the Wives of Baháullah and Bahái Marriage
293
Islam and Its Two Major Branches Shia and Sunni
294
Millennial Christians
296
Mírzá Yahyá
300
Notes
303
Glossary
319
Bibliography
335
Index
341
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Druzelle Cederquist has a B.A. in English Literature and an M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language. She has published a variety of essays and poetry in magazines and online, and has facilitated a number of writers' workshops. She has two grown sons and currently lives in Austin, Texas.

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