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The Gifts of The Baháʼí Faith

In 1844, a 25-year-old Persian merchant named Sayyed ʿAlí Muḥammad Shírází had a realization. He took on the title of Báb, meaning gateway or

The Missionary Who Became a Superhero By Randolph Dobbs

There must be some kind of missionary muscle some people develop during the course of their religious service. Nayyereh Aminian would become a virtual

The Baha'i's Kitab-i-Aqdas Is No "Mere code of laws"

The Baha’i’s Kitab-i-Aqdas Is No “Mere Code of Laws”

It is more of a constitution In the Kitab-i-Aqdas (English translation: the Most Holy Book), the essence of all Baha'i laws as set by

How Religions Celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, and the Holidays

What Do World Religions Do During the Holiday Season? Exclusively from! Share this Infographic on Your Site Source: Typically when we say

Surprise! The 2nd Most Popular Religion in South Carolina is Baha’i Faith

The rise of Baha'i is inextricably linked with the U.S. Civil Rights movement. When it comes to religious matters in South Carolina, it is

Can You Design a Sculpture of Peace for The Baha’i?

Build a monument of peace, justice and unity for the Baha'i. The Baha’i are in search of someone who can design a large monumental

Religious Freedom According to Major World Religions

How different religious groups feel about religious freedom. January 16 is Religious Freedom Day, a day when we celebrate the right to practice religion

Take a Look at the Beautiful New Baha’i Temple in Chile

New Baha’i temple in Santiago, Chile has had over 25,000 visitors since October. Members of the Baha’i community in Santiago, Chile have had to

Baha’is Celebrate the 12 Days of Ridvan

Celebrating the Baha'i Ridvan Festival From the sunset of April 20 until the sunset of May 1, members of the Baha’i faith will celebrate

81 Baha’i Faith Counsellors Form Divine Plan for 2016

The 2015 yearly Baha'i conference developed "lofty" goals for the future. The Baha'i Continental Board of Counsellors conference ended on January 2, 2016. The