The Bahá'í Faith: A Short Introduction
The Baha'i Faith has, in its short 150-year history, succeeded instablishing itself in every country of the world. This book is an attempt toonvey the teachings of the Baha'i Faith as they relate to the individual, toociety and to the world as a whole. There are also sections on the historyf the laws of the religion. Chapters 1 and 2 deal with the individual andhe family, while Chapters 3 and 4 examine the global and social concerns ofhe Baha'i Faith. Chapter 5 details the principles and structure of Baha'idministration, while Chapter 6 gives details of Baha'i laws. Chapter 7xamines theological teachings, while Chapters 8 and 9 consider both the pastnd the future of this rapidly growing world religion.
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