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An Introduction to the Baháʼí Religiolect

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AuthorAdib Ma'sumian
 
Title of item
An Introduction to the Baháʼí Religiolect
 
Volume
21
 
Pages
101–120
Parent publication   Bahá'í Studies Review
Date of this edition 2015
LanguageEnglish
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Posted 2019-12-09 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Published Articles
URLbahai-library.com/masumian_bahai_religiolect
Abstract Religious dialects are cultural crossover phenomena, like "Judeo-Arabic" and "Christianese". A religiolect can be considered a dialect of a language that’s specific to a particular religious group. The Baha'i Faith, too, has a nascent religiolect.
Notes Also online at academia.edu.
Tags - Glossaries; Arabic language: Persian language; Greatest Name; Interfaith dialogue; Language; Transliteration
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DOIdx.doi.org/10.1386/bsr.21.1.101_1. Query Digital Object Identifiers at CrossRef.org, and read more at doi.org.
 
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