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Bahai Quotable Quotes
« on: December 19, 2015, 12:36:34 AM »
Inspired by my thread "Granth Quotable Quotes", I invite all and sundry to post quotable quotes from Bahai religious texts in this thread.
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Re: Bahai Quotable Quotes
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2015, 12:23:10 PM »
Bahai scriptures are actually quite dull.  I have heard the tablets are elegant in the original Farsi or Arabic, but I don't believe it.

Here is some banal evil which reveals the Bahai faith to be a cult:


Should the deceased leave no offspring, their share shall revert to the House of Justice, to be expended by the Trustees of the All-Merciful on the orphaned and widowed, and on whatsoever will bring benefit to the generality of the people, that all may give thanks unto their Lord, the All-Gracious, the Pardoner.


Should the deceased leave offspring, but none of the other categories of heirs that have been specified in the Book, they shall receive two thirds of the inheritance and the remaining third shall revert to the House of Justice. Such is the command which hath been given, in majesty and glory, by Him Who is the All-Possessing, the Most High.


If the deceased should leave none of the specified heirs, but have among his relatives nephews and nieces, whether on his brother’s or his sister’s side, two thirds of the inheritance shall pass to them; or, lacking these, to his uncles and aunts on both his father’s and his mother’s side, and after them to their sons and daughters. The remaining third of the inheritance shall, in any case, revert to the Seat of Justice. Thus hath it been laid down in the Book by Him Who ruleth over all men.

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