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  1. Baháʼí Faith - Wikipedia

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    They further state: "The Baha'i Faith is the only religion to have grown faster in every United Nations region over the past 100 years than the general population; Bahaʼi was thus the fastest-growing religion between 1910 and 2010, growing at least twice as fast as the population of almost every UN region."

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  3. The Bahá'í Faith is an Abrahamic religion started in the 1800s by an Iranian person called Bahá'u'lláh who was born in Tehran, Iran. Followers of this religion call themselves Bahá'ís. The name Bahá'u'lláh is Arabic for "The Glory of God". "Glory" is a word that means "importance", "power", and "beauty".

  4. History of the Baháʼí Faith - Wikipedia

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    The Shaykhi movement was a school of theology within Twelver Shiʻa Islam that was started through the teaching of Shaykh Ahmad al-Ahsá'í. Shaykh Ahmad's teachings included that the Imams were spiritual beings and thus, in contrast to the widespread Shiʻa belief, that the Imams existed within spiritual bodies, and not material bodies.

  5. Bahá'í Faith - Wikipedia

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    The Bahá'í Faith is a releegion foondit bi Bahá'u'lláh in Persie (nou cried Iran) in the 18t century.. The maist important Bahá'í teachins is: Ae God; Releegions aw comes fae the same soorce

  6. God in the Baháʼí Faith - Wikipedia

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    The Baha'i Faith and the World's Religions. Oxford, UK: George Ronald. pp. 1–38. CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Rabbani, Ruhiyyih, ed. (1982). The Desire of the World: Materials for the contemplation of God and His Manifestation for this Day. New Delhi, India: Baha'i Publishing Trust. ISBN 81-7896-053-2.

  7. Guardian (Baháʼí Faith) - Wikipedia

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    The Guardian of the Baha'i Faith. 27 Rutland Gate, London: Baháʼí Publishing Trust. ISBN 0-900125-59-4. CS1 maint: location ; Khanum, Rúhíyyih (July 28, 1958). Merrick, David (ed.). "Talks / presentations by Baháʼí notables". Rúhíyyih Khanum's Tribute to Shoghi Effendi at the Kampala Conference Jan 1958. Baháʼí Library Online

  8. Prayer in the Baháʼí Faith - Wikipedia

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    There are two types of prayer in the Baháʼí Faith: obligatory prayer and general or devotional prayer. Both types of prayer are composed of reverent words which are addressed to God , [1] and the act of prayer is one of the most important Baháʼí laws for individual discipline. [2]

  9. Category:Bahá'í Faith - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Pages in category "Bahá'í Faith" The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total.

  10. Baháʼí statistics - Wikipedia

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    In 2013 the book The World's Religions in Figures: An Introduction to International Religious Demography wrote, "The Baha'i Faith is the only religion to have grown faster in every United Nations region over the past 100 years than the general population; Bahaʼi was thus the fastest-growing religion between 1910 and 2010, growing at least ...

  11. Baháʼí Faith in Turkmenistan - Wikipedia

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    The Baháʼí Faith in Turkmenistan begins before Russian advances into the region when the area was under the influence of Persia. By 1887 a community of Baháʼí refugees from religious violence in Persia had made a religious center in Ashgabat. Shortly afterwards — by 1894 — Russia made Turkmenistan part of the Russian Empire.