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The Use of the Masculine Gender in the Bahá'í Writings

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The Use of the Masculine Gender in the Bahá'í Writings
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Extracts from Letters Written By and on Behalf of the Universal House of Justice
Editor, translator, etc.  
Research Department of the Universal House of Justice, comp
Date of this edition 2002
Permission Open copyright (see Baha'i Reference Library sharing terms, BIC copyright statement, and uhj_permission_electronic_texts)
Posted 2021-03-26 by Jonah Winters
Proofread 2021-03 by Arjen Bolhuis
Formatted 2021-03 by Jonah Winters
Classified in BWC Compilations
Abstract Extracts from letters from the House of Justice from 1981-1999 on general principles in relation to this subject and the Bahá'í perspective on it.
Notes More details about this compilation are in Materials Provided by the Bahá'í World Centre on Gender in the Writings and Matters of Translation (2002). The original date of this compilation (if prior to 2002) is not given.
Tags Criticism and apologetics; Equality; Gender; Gender pronouns; God (general); God, Gender of; Kalimat-i-Maknunih (Hidden Words); Prayer; Pronouns; Transliteration
Cross-referencesSee also Permission to Change Pronouns in Private Prayer (UHJ, 2022).
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