God Speaks Again is an introduction to the Bahá'í Faith and a must-read for those who are on the spiritual path seeking independent investigation of truth, as well as those Bahá'ís who would like to expand their knowledge of the Bahá'í Faith, including its history and principles.
Bahá'ís believe that religions come from the same source and are, in essence, successive chapters of one religion from God. The Bahá’í’ Faith is a recognized independent world religion attracting increasing attention - and a growing number of followers - in the U.S. and around the globe as people from all walks of life search for practical spirited direction and confident hope for the future.
God Speaks Again tells the story of this thoroughly inclusive religion and describes how the history and teachings of the Bahá'í Faith center around the inspiring person of its Prophet and Founder, Bahá’u’lláh (1817-1892), whom Bahá’ís around the world regard as the Messenger of God for this day.
The cornerstone of Bahá’u’lláh’s teachings is the establishment of the unity of humankind, which Bahá’ís believe will be achieved by the application of clearly identified spiritual principles revealed by Bahá’u’lláh. Bahá’ís also believe that there is but one religion and that all the Messengers of God - among them Abraham, Zoroaster, Moses, Krishna, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad - have progressively revealed its nature. Together, the world’s great religions are expressions of a single, unfolding Divine plan.
©2004 National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States (P)2011 World Unity Media
"…accessible and informative, a welcome introduction..." (Publishers Weekly)
I enjoyed this book and will recommend it to anyone who wants to know about the Baha'i history and Baha'i point of view.
I really wanted to learn about this religion but instead the book just lists over and over again all the persecution suffered by the followers. I wanted to learn the teaching and beliefs not hear an account of their persecution. So mad I purchased this and listened to the whole book without gaining any of the information or introduction to the faith.
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