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Abdu'l-Baha, The Master
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Works of the Universal House of Justice

The Constitution of the Universal House of Justice. The Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the supreme administrative body of the Bahá’í Faith. A signal document that established the functions of this Body growing out of the powers and duties invested in it by the Founder, Bahá’u’lláh; anticipated and hailed by Shoghi Effendi as the Most Great Law of the Faith of Bahá’u’lláh. 16 pp BWC 1972.

Messages of the Universal House of Justice; the Third Epoch, 1963-1986. Supersedes two previous collections,Wellspring of Guidance: Messages 1963-1968 and Messages from the Universal House of Justice, 1973-1983. Covers 456 messages sent by the Universal House of Justice during the Third Epoch of the Formative Age of the Faith to Bahá’í Institutions and to Bahá’ís gathered for special events, and one to the peoples of the world. US 1996.

A Wider Horizon: Selected Messages of the Universal House of Justice, 1983-1992. Palabra Pub., Florida

Century of Light. Persian edition: Qarn-iAnvár. Produced at the request and under the supervision of the Universal House of Justice, Century of Light quotes extensively from the Bahá'í writings and the related commentaries of the Guardian, Shoghi Effendi. The purpose is to provide members of the Faith with a perspective on two definitive processes that unfolded during the 20th century: the sequence of events that made the unification of humanity the principal feature of modern history, and the emergence from obscurity of the cause of God and its Administrative Order. This unique and amazing perspective on the processes at work inside and outside of the Bahá’í community throughout the 20th century is a ‘must read’ for Bahá’ís. It is primarily a resource for Bahá’í study and deepening. Bahá’í World Centre, 2001.



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