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St John's Westminster: Introduction
On September 17th, 'Abdu'l-Baha at the request of the...

Woman's Work
'Abdu'l-Baha's interest in women's work and progress ...

149 The Lord Hath Decreed That The Dead Should Be Interred In Coffins #128
In the Bayan, the Bab prescribed that the deceased sh...

90
Comprehend, in like manner, every station, sign, and all...

46
I shall restate here My theme, that perchance this may a...

137 The Most Great Name #109
As explained in note 33, the Greatest Name of God ...

There Hath Appeared In This Revelation
There hath appeared in this Revelation what hath neve...





43 Should The Deceased Leave Offspring But None Of The Other Categories Of Heirs #22






Baha'u'llah clarifies that This ruling hath both general and specific
application, which is to say that whenever any category of this latter
class of heirs is absent, two thirds of their inheritance pass to the
offspring and the remaining third to the House of Justice (Q and A 7).





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