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Bahá'u'lláh's "Most Sublime Vision"
|Author||Wolfgang A. Klebel|
Title of item
| Bahá'u'lláh's "Most Sublime Vision"|
| Volume 9|
|Parent publication || Lights of Irfan|
Publisher of this ed.
|Wilmette, IL: Irfan Colloquia|
|Date of this edition|| 2008|
|Permission|| editor and publisher|
|Posted|| 2010-07-19 by Jonah Winters|
|Classified in|| Published Articles|
|Abstract|| Examines the question: What philosophical viewpoints are necessary to understand what Bahá’u’lláh calls "Thy transcendent unity," i.e., the concept of unity and oneness, which are ubiquitous in the Bahá’í Writings? |
|Notes|| Presented at the Irfan Colloquia Session #74, Bosch Bahá'í School, California (May 24-27, 2007). Republished in Occasional Papers, volume 2 (Irfan Colloquia, 2009).|
Mirrored with permission from irfancolloquia.org/74/klebel_vision.
|Tags|| Chahar Vadi (Four Valleys); Christianity; Cosmology; Dualism (general); God; Haft Vadi (Seven Valleys); Humanity; Interfaith dialogue; Islam; Manifestations of God; Monism; Philosophy; Philosophy, Greek; Religion; Tabernacle of Unity (book); Unity; Zoroastrianism|
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