CASE FOR BAHA'U'LLAH:
A Journalist Examines the Baha'i Faith's Central Claim
by Gary L. Matthews
This compact book is the long-awaited abridged version of The Challenge of Baha'u'llah by Gary L. Matthews. Succinct yet comprehensive, it provides everything an inquirer must know in order to make an informed decision about the most pressing question facing humanity today: Who was Baha'u'llah?
In the 19th century, this unschooled Persian prisoner predicted the "lamentations of Berlin", the downfall of Germany in two great wars. He warned against nuclear weapons, foresaw the drawing together of humanity into a global village, and offered a blueprint for a peaceful world.
Who was Baha'u'llah? He claimed to be God's Messenger for this age. Is this true? How could we know? Journalist Gary L. Matthews combines the tools of his trade with methods of modern science to go digging for the scoop of a lifetime. Examining the prophecies, life, character, and influence of Baha'u'llah, he comes to an astounding conclusion.
Inexpensive even at the single-copy price of $9.95, The Case for Baha'u'llah is available for as little as $6.99 in bulk (10 or more copies; see below for intermediate discounts). The uses for personal as well as large-scale teaching are unlimited.
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