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1933-10-28 re “Security for a Failing World”

USBN #80 - January 1934 - Page 8

...the Guardian's view of Dr. Cobb's book,

"Its comprehensiveness, and its clear and convincing presentation of the

outstanding aims and features of the Baha'i Revelation, will greatly appeal to

every thoughtful student of present-day religious and social problems. It thus

fills a big gap in the literature of the Movement, and will greatly assist all the

believers in their efforts for the spread of the Message. We do not have as yet

any better introduction to the Cause. Doctor Esslemont's most valuable book is

much more than an introduction. It is far more detailed, and treats of the Cause

from a totally different angle. Your treatise, therefore, does not replace the

"New Era," but will serve as the best introduction to it. It is not a substitute,

but an important addition to a work which is in many ways unique in the entire

literature of the Movement, which has already acquired the widest possible


Yours in His Service,

H. Rabbani.

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