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Introduction to the
   Bahá'í Faith
Messenger of
   God for this Age
Bahá'í Writings
The Sacred Bahá'í

Bahá'í Prayers
The Love of

Hidden Words
The Hidden Words
   of Bahá'u'lláh
World Peace
The Promise of
   World Peace
Race Unity
The Vision of
   Race Unity
Two Wings of
   a Bird
Bahá'í Principles
The oneness of
   God, mankind

The independent
  investigation of
The equality of
  women and men.
Harmony of science
  and religion.
Elimination of
  extremes of wealth
  and poverty.
Universal peace.
A world  common-
  wealth of nations.
A universal auxiliary
Spiritual solutions
  to economic

Universal education.

Bahá'u'lláh forbids:

Drug abuse.
Consumption of

Gossip and
Adultery and

Bahá'u'lláh stressed
     the importance of:

Purity of motive.
Service to others.
Deeds over words.
Work as a form of


"So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth." --Bahá'u'lláh



The Bahá'í Faith is an independent world religion. With more than five million adherents residing in over 124,000 localities, the Bahá'í Faith is established in 204 countries across the planet. The spiritual principles of the Bahá'í Faith affirm its overall purpose--to bring about the oneness of humanity. In cooperation with these same principles, Bahá'ís also believe that there is only one Creator and that the spiritual truth of all religions is the same. From a Bahá'í perspective, The Bahá'í Faith is the most recent of the world's great religions. It forms the next link in a chain of important, divine teachings, a progressive revelation that places Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá'í Faith, as the Messenger of God for this age.
Spiritual Beliefs of the Bahá'í Faith.   How Bahá'ís view other religions.

" Religion should be the cause of love and unity... " --Bahá'u'lláh

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