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Native Messengers of God in Canada?

AuthorChristopher Buck
Title of item
Native Messengers of God in Canada?
Subtitle of item
A Test Case for Bahá'í Universalism
Parent publication   Bahá'í Studies Review
Publisher of this ed.
London: Association for Bahá'í Studies English-Speaking Europe
Date of this edition 1996
Permission author and publisher
Posted 2000 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Published Articles
Abstract Explores the possibility of including other great religious figures in the Bahá'í category of "Manifestations of God" using the Iroquois prophet Deganawida as an example.
Notes See also Messengers of God in North America, Revisited: An Exegesis of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Tablet to Amír Khán, by Christopher Buck and Donald Addison. See also a commentary on this article by William Collins. First published in Bahá'í Studies Review (1996), later abridged for Reason and Revelation: Studies in Bábí and Bahá'í History 13 (2002). This article won the Award for Excellence in Bahá’í Studies (University Category), Association for Bahá’í Studies (Ottawa).

Tags Interfaith dialogue; Native American messengers; Native Americans; Prophecies; Tablet to Amir Khan
Locations Canada; United States (documents); America
Cross-referencesSee also Indigenous Messengers of God.
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