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Websites on Religion: Baha'i

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When a person becomes a Bahá’í, he gives up the past only in the sense that he is a part of this new and living Faith of God, and must seek to pattern himself, in act and thought, along the lines laid down by Bahá’u’lláh. The fact that he is by origin a Jew or a Christian, a black man or a white man, is not important anymore, but, as you say, lends color and charm to the Bahá’í community in that it demonstrates unity in diversity.
— Shoghi Effendi, Lights of Guidance
 

Baha'i

Journals

Library Classification

Dewey Decimal 297.93
Library of Congress BP300-395
Universal Decimal 286

Open Access Aggregators

DOAB: Directory of Open Access Books
Directory of Open Access Journals
OAJI.net
Open Access Digital Theological Library
GlobeTheoLib
Globethics.net Library
OAPEN, Open Access Publishing in European Networks
OpenDOAR
EBSCO Open Dissertations
Open Access Theses and Dissertations
PQDT Open
Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources
AWOL - The Ancient World Online
AMIR - Access to Mideast & Islamic Resources
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