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33: O Son Of Spirit! With The Joyful Tidings Of Light I Hail Thee: Rejoice!
O SON OF SPIRIT! With the joyful tidings of light I h...

God Hath Prescribed Unto Every One The
God hath prescribed unto every one the duty of teachi...

Dispel My Grief By Thy Bounty And Thy Generosity,
Dispel my grief by Thy bounty and Thy generosity, O G...

Since Thou Hast, O My God, Established Thyself
Since Thou hast, O my God, established Thyself upon t...

102 He Who Hath Divorced His Wife May Choose Upon The Passing Of Each Month
to remarry her when there is mutual affection and conse...

144 It Is Inadmissible That Man Who Hath Been Endowed With Reason Should Consume That Which Stealeth It Away #119
There are many references in the Baha'i Writings whic...

23 Say: God Hath Made My Hidden Love The Key To The Treasure #15
There is a well-known Islamic tradition concerning Go...





36 Or Adultery #19






The Arabic word zina, here translated as adultery, signifies both

fornication and adultery. It applies not only to sexual relations between

a married person and someone who is not his or her spouse, but also to

extramarital sexual intercourse in general. One form of zina is rape.

The only penalty prescribed by Baha'u'llah is for those who commit

fornication (see note 77); penalties for other kinds of sexual offence are

left to the Universal House of Justice to determine.





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