Baha'u'llah: A Short Biography

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Oneworld Publications, Apr 24, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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Worldwide in its membership and increasingly being recognized as the youngest of the world religions, the Baha'i Faith is enjoying rapid expansion. In this captivating book, Moojan Momen gives a brief survey of the life, the works, and the teachings of Baha'u'llah, its founder. Covering the resistance he encountered - including successive forced exiles and vitriolic opposition - this is a carefully constructed account of the eventful life of this influential nineteenth-century religious figure. Comprehensive and yet concise, this is a perfect book for anyone interested in knowing more about the Baha'i Faith and its founder.

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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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Dr Moojan Momen is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society and a member of both the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies and the Association for Baha’i Studies. He is author of An Introduction to Shi’i Islam (Yale).

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