Bahaism


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a religion founded in Iran in 1863

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Leaders from Buddhism, Bahaism, Christianity, Jainism, Hinduism and Islam addressed the people and stressed oneness of humanity.
Islam, Hinduism, Mormonism, Unitarianism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Science, New Age, Buddhism, Bahaism and Native American faiths all made the roster.
Bahaism is in fact not a religion but an ideology created by colonial powers to help the past illegitimate government of Iran in their oppression of the brave people of Iran and to invalidate Islam as a divine religion and revolutionary ideology .
Whether large, such as Christianity, Islam, Hindu, or Buddhism, or small, such as Bahaism, Jehovah's Witnesses, or Judaism, all are persecuted to some degree.
There is even talk, she writes, of the return of polygamy, so she does not find it surprising that some Kyrgyz women are attracted by conversion to Protestant Christianity or to Bahaism.
The tale is not an allegory of the teachings and doctrines of Bahaism and its founder but rather an imaginative evocation of the spiritual and social conditions of the time that led to the widespread acceptance of the new teachings.
Part of Chisiza's fascination with universal religions such as Bahaism, Christianity, Islam, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism all lay in the moral imperative against dictatorship which he felt each contained.
If Judge Moore and the Downey, California, businessperson were willing to post Humanist Manifesto I and II, ethical statements from Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Jainism, Sihkism, Confucianism, Bahaism, Islam, Native American religions, and so forth around the courtroom and baseball field, these acts would be more in accord with the true spirit of American democracy.
On the one hand, there is a consistent and unprofessional tone of patronizing disdain for his Baha i contacts: American Bah is, whose religious attitudes had "little to do with the agonizing social strife in Iran from which Bahaism grew and drew its original strength"; Baha i officials, who failed to understand the nature of his scholarly project; and his Yazdi informant, who accepted execution "for some literalist or ritualistic nonsense" rather than recant his faith or flee abroad.
It could be said they (the Albanians) have accepted Bahaism spiritually, Illuminism philosophically and practically, the European nationalism of the 19th century.
Challenges from the heretical sects such as Bahaism and Qadianism.
Abdel Rahim constantly referred to Bahaism as a "perverted faith.