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    Baha Essay

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    was founded in the mid nineteenth century by the Great Mirza Husayn Ali. He was the son of a government minister in Iran (Cole 25). His name too many people is known as Baha’u’llah. He is the most recent in line of the Messengers of God. The term Baha’i is used to represent the Baha’i faith or signify a follower if Baha’u’llah. It is estimated that there are five to six million Baha’i people around the world in more than two hundred countries (Bahaism 67). The Baha’i population has increased

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    Bahai Faith

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    Bahai Faith The Bahá'í Faith proclaims itself to be the youngest of the independent world religions. Its roots stem from Iran during the mid-nineteenth century. This new faith is primarily based on the founder, Bahá'u'lláh, meaning 'the Glory of God'. Bahá'ís (the believers) in many places around the world have been heavily persecuted for their beliefs and differences and have been branded by many as a cult, a reform movement and/or a sect of the Muslim religion. The Bahá'í Faith is unique

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    Gay and Christian

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    Description Describe what you are recording about. Identify whether it was a journal paper, book chapter; practice observation; taught theory; lecture or other. In this recording I am going to discuss my thoughts from a panel discussion that I attended in the Belfast Bible College. The panel was made up from 3 people, Geraldine who works for the YMCA, Jamie who is from the Baha'i faith and Gail who has experience working in both faith based and secular youth provision. Understanding What was the

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    The Baha'i International Archives Building and Its Classical Style of Greek Architecture The Baha'i International Archives Building, erected in 1957 on Mount Carmel in Haifa Israel, echoes the immortal classical style of Greek architecture. An admirer of Greek architecture, Shogi Effendi who was the Guardian of the Baha'i faith, chose this style to carry out the construction of the Archives building. This building replicates the general proportions of the famous Parthenon in Athens, Greece.

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    The Baha'i Faith

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    According to Breuilly, O’Brien, & Palmer (1997), the Baha’i faith began to take shape when Mirza Husayn Ali, born in 1817, was sent by God to serve as a prophet. Today, Ali is known at Baha’u’llah, meaning Glory of God. As with other prophets, Abraham, Moses, Zoroaster, the Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad; Baha’u’llah is considered just as important (Hatcher & Martin, 2002). All of these prophets are viewed as providing a path to salvation which contributes to the carrying forward of an ever advancing

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    The Baha’i Faith

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    Buddha, and many others are considered to be messengers of that one God. Baha’u’llah is considered a prophet of god for this age. You may ask, what about individuals of different religions who pray to God by different names? Baha’is would say that even though they using different names they are still praying to the same God. Historical Tradition/Origin of the Tradition Bab was a young merchant and a forerunner of Baha’u’llah. Even though his given name was Siyyid 'Ali-Muhammad he took the name Bab

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    is one of the most important principles of the faith. Baha’is believe that Baha’u’llah (1817-1892) the founder of the faith is the newest Divine messenger of the God after Abraham, Moses, Buddha, Zoroaster, Jesus, and Muhammad. The centre of Baha’i teaching is based on the spiritual unity of all humankind. The faith uncourageous people to put aside their racial differences and create an international community. Baha’u’llah said; God has created powers in this world to destroy all the traditions that

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    The Baha'i Faith

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    blessed with the whole truth, but that other religions might possess some truth; and (3) pluralists, who believe that the great world fait... ... middle of paper ... ...bdul-Baha. 2nd ed. Wilmette, Illinois: Baha'i Trust, 1956. J.E., Esslemont. Baha'u'llah and the New Era. 4th ed. Wilmette, Illinois: Baha'i Trust, 1980. "Membership of the Universal House of Justice." Baha'i Topics. Baha'is. 27 Apr. 2009. Pals, Daniel. Seven Theories of Religion. New York: Oxford UP, 1996. "Sacred and Secular

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    Rastafarianism Essay

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    Religious traditions usually include texts, stories, & historical teachings. Many followers may pray, Meditate, fast, make pilgrimages and endure rites of passages in the name of their religion. As in many other facets of life there is order; organized religion is no different. There are heads of council, Shaman, Pastors, Monk’s, Priestess /Priest’s that lead these practices. Though many of these religions have different practices, beliefs traditions and histories they all have a similarity; a

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    Introduction The understanding of health and the process of healing in regard to the religious belief of individuals goes beyond the realm of spirituality (Suzanne, 2008). Health is believed by every religion as the most important value at which insights can be created, and as well a practical means at which the health of individuals can be promoted. The secular perspective of religion is considered a contributing factor which broadens the unique religious contribution and individual’s concern to

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