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Welcome, Bahaitext is an online repository of books, letters and tablets related to the Bahá’í Faith. Our focus is ease of navigation, readability, and the interconnectedness of the Writings. When necessary, we will link our readers to the Bahá’í encyclopedia to explain Bahá’í terminology. Our goal is to give you the tools necessary to explore and understand the Bahá’í Writings.
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"The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p403" by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá
Most regrettable of all is the state of difference and divergence we have created between each other in the name of religion, imagining that a paramount duty in our religious belief is that of alienation and estrangement, that we should shun each other and consider each other contaminated with error and infidelity. In reality, the foundations of the divine religions are one and the same. The differences which have arisen between us are due to blind imitations of dogmatic beliefs and adherence to ancestral forms of worship.
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"Tablet to Napoleon III" by Bahá’u’lláh
Arise, in My Name, amongst My servants, and say: "O ye peoples of the earth! Turn yourselves towards Him Who hath turned towards you. He, verily, is the Face of God amongst you, and His Testimony and His Guide unto you. He hath come to you with signs which none can produce." The voice of the Burning Bush is raised in the midmost heart of the world, and the Holy Spirit calleth aloud among the nations: "Lo, the Desired One is come with manifest dominion!"