[PROVISIONAL TRANSLATION FROM Persian]
[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets.]
[Personal information has been redacted.]
[The excerpt below is from the section of the article that pertains to the Baha’i Faith]
[Adapted from website:] Fars News Agency
[Date:] 29 Ordibehesht 1395 [18 May 2016]
Read the Challenges of Baha’ism to Islam in the “Baha’ism Cognition Textbook”
The “Baha’ism Cognition Textbook”, written by Hosein Rahnamaie and published by Gooy, [is now available in bookstores].
According to the Fars News Agency’s book and literature report, the book “Bahaism Cognition Textbook” is a collection of discussions on the history and beliefs of Baha’ism, along with its challenges to Islam, by Hosein Rahnamaie, a faculty member at the University of Tehran. It was published by Gooy Publishing.
This book was written with the aim of presenting a research work with scientific scales for those interested in the subject of Baha’ism, and an attempt has been made to use first-hand Baha’i sources as well as non-Baha’i works, scientifically examined on the most important historical, doctrinal, political points, divisions, management methods, Baha’i administration and tens of other topics.
Also, in the book “Bahaism Cognition Textbook”, the most important challenges of Islam and Baha’ism, especially in the field of Mahdism and the Seal of Prophethood, have been considered in detail. This book is 335 pages [long] and has 10 chapters; the author has dealt with the topics in detail in each of these chapters.
In the first and second chapters of this book, the intellectual and historical roots of this sect are examined, and in the third chapter, the origin and evolution of Baha’ism are mentioned in detail. Babi beliefs and Baha’i principles are another topic discussed in this book. Mahdism and the Seal of Prophethood [are also examined] in Chapters 7 to 9.
According to the report, the “Bahaism Cognition Textbook”, the work of this university professor, published by Gooy, is priced at 25,000 tomans and those interested can call 66408441 or 22898425.