Baha'u'llah: a short biography

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Oneworld, May 1, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 248 pages
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Worldwide in its membership and increasingly being recognized as the youngestf the world religions, the Baha'i faith is enjoying rapid expansion. In thisaptivating book, Moojan Momen gives a brief survey of the life, the works,he claims and the teachings of Baha'u'llah, its founder. Covering theesistance he encountered, including successive forced exiles and vitriolicpposition, this book highlights his dedication and that of his followers whoere often willing to sacrifice their lives for his teachings. Comprehensivend yet concise, this is a perfect book for anyone interesting in knowingore about the Baha'i faith and its inception.

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T W 0 The Cause of the Bab 18441853
THREE Baghdad 18531863
FOUR Istanbul and Edirne 18631868

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Momen is a widely published author in the field of world religions.

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