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Miracles in Religion:
A Study of the miraculous in religion in context of the Baha'i Faith

by Anil Sarwal

1996-11
Royale Publishers
Lucknow


© 1996, Anil Sarwal
All rights reserved
First Impression November 1996
2,000 copies


Approved by:
The National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of India

Published by Royale Publishers, Lucknow
Printed in India
at Printart Offset, Lucknow



     CONTENTS
    	                                               page
	
          PREFACE                                      1
    1     PURPOSE OF RELIGION                          4     
    2     MIRACLES OF GODS AND GODDESSES              10     
    3     IDOL WORSHIP                                14     
    4     MIRACLES AND PROPHETS                       20     
    5     DO MIRACLES HAPPEN?                         26     
    6     EXPERIENCES OF THE HIMALAYAN MASTERS        31     
    7     BAHA'U'LLAH'S ADVICE TO GODMEN              35     
    8     INDIAN REFORMERS ON MYTHOLOGY               46     
    9     BUDDHA ON MIRACLES                          53     
    10    MIRACLES IN THE BIBLE                       58     
    11    MUHAMMAD'S VIEWS ON MIRACLES                63     
    12    GURU NANAK AND MIRACLES                     70     
    13    MIRACLES IN THE BAHA'I FAITH                73     
    14    SPIRITUAL HEALING AND ETERNAL LIFE          78     
    15    MIRACLES OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY           82     
    16    SUPERNATURAL IN MAN                         87     
    17    TAMPERING WITH PSYCHIC FORCES               91     
    18    COMMUNICATING WITH GOD                      97          
                Prayer                                98          
                Meditation                           104          
                Fasting                              112     
    19    THE GREATEST MIRACLE OF ALL                114
      
          NOTES AND REFERENCES                       117
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