Sunday, August 8, 2010

Faith of Baha'i

Baha'i is a relatively new religion in the nineteenth century in the then Persia (modern Iran) has arisen and now the world between two and five million followers did. Although the founders of the religion Sjiïtiese Muslims and some people were Baha'i therefore still a Muslim group, there are significant differences between the two religions that they actually make incompatible. Baha'i make itself claims that it is a universal religion is the main beliefs of the other major religions wrap.

Basic teachings
Unlike most other religions, Baha'i have no rituals or religious practices. While praying at members recommended, it is even not required. During meetings take several members to the leadership of the Holy Scriptures to read and not to any particular form or order given preference.

One God
Like Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Zoroastrianism, Baha'i is a monotheistic religion in the first place believe and declare that there is only one Almighty God exists. Baha'is believe that God, the Creator of all that exists for the people "surprised" and "indescribable" is. Man can not God in his own power or ability to know or understand.

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