The Bahá'í

the religious construction of a global identity

By McMullen, Michael

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ISBN
978-0-81352-836-6
Publisher
New Brunswick, N.J. ; Rutgers University Press, c2000.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on June 15, 2000

McMullen (sociology, Univ. of Houston) deals frankly with the Bah '! religion as lived in Atlanta, GA. The Bah '! Faith was founded in Iran by Bah 'ull h (1817-92), who taught that one God has revealed His will through a series of divine messengers (among them Moses, the Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, and Bah 'ull h) and that this is the age of the realization of the oneness of humanity. McMullen calls Bah '!s "situated universalists" whose international structure fosters global thinking with local action. He demonstrates that the social factors that typ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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