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Abstract:
Introduction to the life and work of Baha'u'llah, released in 1992 in honor of the centenary of his death, at the request of the Universal House of Justice.
Notes:
Prepared by the BIC Office of Public Information.

A Statement on Bahá'u'lláh

by Bahá'í International Community

New York: Baha'i International Community, 1992-05
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Contents
  1. Introduction
  2. Birth of a New Revelation
  3. Exile
  4. The Declaration in the Ridván Garden
  5. "The Changeless Faith of God..."
  6. The Manifestation of God
  7. "An Ever Advancing Civilization..."
  8. The Day of God
  9. Announcement to the Kings
  10. Arrival in the Holy Land
  11. Religion as Light and Darkness
  12. World Peace
  13. "Not of Mine Own Volition"
  14. The Covenant of God with Humankind
  15. Notes
About

May 29, 1992, marks the centenary of the passing of Bahá'u'lláh. His vision of humanity as one people and of the earth as a common homeland, dismissed out of hand by the world leaders to whom it was first enunciated over a hundred years ago, has today become the focus of human hope. Equally inescapable is the collapse of moral and social order, which this same declaration foresaw with awesome clarity.

The occasion has encouraged publication of this brief introduction to Bahá'u'lláh's life and work. Prepared at the request of the Universal House of Justice, trustee of the global undertaking which the events of a century ago set in motion, it offers a perspective on the feeling of confidence with which Bahá'ís the world over contemplate the future of our planet and our race.

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