KITAB IQAN PDF

The book was originally known as Risaliy-i-Khal, Epistle to the Uncle, and later entitled by Bahá’u’lláh Himself as the Kitáb-i-Íqán. Translation into English. Examination of the Bible in light of interpretations of its symbolism offered by Baha’u’llah’s Kitab-i-Iqan. The Book of Certitude (Kitab-i Iqan) is the preeminent doctrinal work of the Bahá’í Faith. Mirza Husayn `Ali Nuri, Bahá’u’lláh (), the author, later.

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In it Baha’u’llah explains the underlying unity of the world’s religions, describes the universality of the revelations humankind iqam received from the Prophets of God, explains their fundamental teachings, and eluc The Book litab Certitude, by BahC!

In it Baha’u’llah explains the underlying unity of the world’s religions, describes the universality of the revelations humankind has received from the Prophets of God, explains their fundamental teachings, and elucidates allegorical passages from the New Testament and the Qur’C! Written in the span of two days and two nights, The Book of Certitude is, in the words of its translator, Shoghi Effendi, the most important book written on the spiritual significance of the BahC!

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The Kitáb-i-Íqán

Lists with This Book. Aug 30, David C. This is perhaps one of the most influential books I have read in my life. It explains the Baha’i concept of progressive revelation and why religious leaders tend not to accept Prophets and religions coming after the advent of the ones they represent.

Although originally written to an Islamic audience, the book contains much material on Christianity and should be interesting to Christians as well. This book is considered one of the preeminent books of the Baha’i Faith and was the one that led me This is perhaps one of the most influential books Lqan have read in my life. This book is considered one of the preeminent books of the Kigab Faith and was the one that led me to see Baha’u’llah as the Prophet for the modern era.

Feb 11, Maya Bohnhoff rated it it was amazing Shelves: What can I say?

This book was one of the first I read before I became a Baha’i. It deals largely with prophecy and scriptural meaning and contains the most wonderful and evocative description of what it means to seek truth. Dec 13, Christopher rated it really liked it. Who am I to rate the Word of God. Kitqb 07, Tricia Hague-Blackford added it Recommends it for: This book is exceptional, with answers for all of the questions and metaphors, of the Holy Bible, the Koran, and other world religious Holy Books.

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It houses the proofs of Baha’u’llah as having been the Manifestation of God on earth for today. A must read for everyone searching for the Promised One of all Religions. Oct 28, James rated it really kifab it. Some really powerful and moving stuff here. Great food for thought and the soul.

This book sets forth the Baha’i theology of progressive revelation. It also serves as exegesis of the Koran. I think next time I’ll read both books at the same time.

Aug 22, Tom Rothbauer rated it it was amazing.

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This is an excellent book. I turn down pages that have significant or important messages.

I turned over 50 pages. This Holy Book of Baha’i speaks continually of iqaj Manifestations of the divine and Wellsprings of Divine Knowledge which have been given to us throughout history within the various religious traditions. It’s difficult to review a primary religious text.

I can, however, attempt to give a taste of what the Kitag seems to be about, from my perspective. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, he claims, are all reflections of a single godhead, manifesting from time to time when necessary to stoke the flames of faith. Consider It’s difficult to review a primary religious text.

Were it to say now, “I am the sun of yesterday,” it would speak the truth. And should it, bearing the sequence of time in mind, claim to be other than the sun, it would still speak the truth. The principle difficulty in this approach is overcoming the resistance of entrenched belief systems.

Once established, a dogmatic religion cannot countenance a departure from its rule set without ceasing to exist by definition.

It’s wonderfully written and poetic, though I often felt it probably lost something in the translation from Persian my edition was translated by Shoghi Effendi. Gems of Divine Mysteries Javahiru’l-Asrara short work Baha’u’llah revealed aroundrelates to themes found in both the Iqan and in the Seven Valleys.

A central theme of the book is the return of the Promised One in a human guise. It also considers the symbolic meaning of many Islamic and biblical terms and explores such matters as the cause of the rejection of the prophets iktab the past and the danger of a literal interpretation of scripture.

Aug 19, Ian rated it liked it. An enigmatic book written iaan the founder of the Baha’i faith, it claims to reveal symbolic meanings for theological concepts common to many of the Abrahamic religions. It also describes one of the key tenets of the Baha’is, namely that the founders of the major religions were all “manifestations of God” sent to facilitate the spiritual evolution of humanity.

The audience for the book was mainly Islamic, so most of the scriptures cited are pertinent to Shi’a Islam, though it also cites some Chris An enigmatic book written by the founder of the Baha’i faith, it claims to reveal symbolic meanings for theological concepts common to many of the Abrahamic religions.

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The audience for the book was mainly Islamic, so most of the scriptures cited are pertinent to Shi’a Islam, though it also cites some Christian oqan and affirms their inspiration, an unusual belief for the time and place the book was written. Iqsn reading for those researching the background of the Baha’i faith.

Jul 29, Jonathan Widell rated it really liked it Shelves: The Book of Certitude is a reminder that Bahaism is also a Koranic religion. The pain which caused Bahaullah to write it is palpable on its pages but, in general, it has generated light instead of heat.

The text is grace itself. The argument is subtle but simple: Jan 04, Martin Genet rated it it was amazing. I have always found belief systems fascinating and the Bahai faith particularly interests me because it embraces and accepts a number of faiths.

I think the faith has elements that would appeal to many.

Jan 15, John Luthy rated it it was amazing. I read this book in It opened my eyes to the continuity and clarity of messengers from God, share a single purpose: Give guidance, faith, hope and charity to all who seek, regardless of the time.

God says it’s never too late. Jan 04, Stephanie rated it kitsb was ok. Really hard read to get through.

The Kitáb-i-Íqán: The Book of Certitude

Aug 02, Carlos Arboleda rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Seekers of the Unity of the Divine Prophets. Read it my friends! Unity and oneness of God and the Messengers is the most great of beauties and the healing balm.

May 28, Mary and Rich Chamberlin added it. Deep and profound, very applicable for someone who has just finished “A New Earth”. A lot of that went over my head. I need to study this one.

Sep 26, Kobina Amissah-Fynn rated it it was amazing. It’s explains the end-times prophecies of the Bible and the Qu’ran. Jul 08, Anisa added it. One of my favorites of all time. It really is a Book of Iqna. Began reading, trying to see if reading alongside Qu’ran will somewhat enhance understanding of Baha’u’llah’s arguments Jul 25, Matthew LaFave rated it really liked it Shelves: A real nice place to start. Aug 12, John White rated it it was amazing.

Everything that comes from the ktiab of Baha’u’llah is beautiful. Nov 08, Anes foroughi added it. Paria Javid rated it really liked it Oct 31, A rated it it was amazing Nov 30, Tallisman[Iac] rated it it was amazing Jan 16, Kjtab rated it it was amazing Nov 14, kirab Borna Safai rated it it was amazing Feb 08,