All papers by Neshati

`
Search:
OR

Navigation options:
  •   click on title to see paper details
  •   click on author to search for that author
  •   click on session number to see a program
  •   click on book title to see that book
  •   select a session:
  •   limit to documents in:


There are 7 papers by Neshati

TitleTitle translationAuthor 1Author 2LanguageSessionPublishedAbstractonline
Bahá'u'lláh's Lawh-i-Maqsud: Counsels on Education, Leadership, Justice and Peace Ramin Neshati English 40 Lights4 The Lawh-i-Maqsud, addressed by Baha'u'llah to a certain Mirza Maqsúd (a Persian believer residing in Syria), is a momentous tablet revealed in the late Akka period, circa 1880-1881 at Bahji. Dictated to His scribe-in-attendance (Mirza Aqa Jan), it is an amalgamation of advice and admonition from earlier tablets and some uniquely instructive... read online  
Bahá'u'lláh's Tablet to Manikji Sahib: Introduction and provisional translation Ramin Neshati English 34 Lights3 Ye are the fruits of one tree and the leaves of one branch Baha'u'llahThe Lawh-i-Manikji Sahib is a prominent tablet revealed by Baha'u'llah in the early 'Akka period. It enjoys a singular distinction in the corpus of Baha'u'llah's writings, as it is the first occasion where He gives expression to the now-famous anthem: "Ye are the fruits of one... read online  
Man is man: `Abdu'l-Bahá on Human Evolution Ramin Neshati English 74 Lights10 read online  
Metaphysics Reconsidered: A Dialog between `Abdu'l-Bahá and August Forel Ramin Neshati English 88 Age-old and unresolved philosophical debates over the purpose and essence of life, the nature and form of existence, the scope and structure of knowledge, the origins and models of morality or the theistic arguments over the presence and attributes of an omniscient, super-natural deity have long dodged thoughtful inquiry and challenged the constrai...  
On Science and Religion: Technology — Ethical Issues and the Bahá'í Faith Ramin Neshati English 81 The essential harmony of science and religion is an underpinning principle of the Baha'i Faith. For Baha'is, the absence of this vital principle reduces religion to a mere set of superstitions, bankrupt beliefs and ruinous rituals. Religion must at all times conform to science and reason. Baha'i teachings laud science as an indispensable complement...  
Sin and Salvation: Cogitations on Bahá'í and Christian Belief Ramin Neshati English 67  
معصیت Ùˆ رستگاری Sin and Salvation: A Baha'i Perspective Ramin Neshati فارسی 73