Wikijunior:World Religions/Bahá'í

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How many people follow Bahá'í?[edit | edit source]

Around five million people practice the religion.

Where is Bahá'í practiced?[edit | edit source]

An important Bahá'í building in Israel.

Bahá'í was first introduced in Iran; its believers are currently scattered throughout the world, including in Israel and India.

What are the main beliefs of Bahá'í?[edit | edit source]

People who practice the Bahá'í faith believe there is one God. They believe that everyone is equal regardless of race, class or gender. They also believe that even though religions are different, people are still worshiping one God who is the same in all of the religions.

What texts does Bahá'í hold sacred?[edit | edit source]

What are some main holidays and practices of Bahá'í?[edit | edit source]

What is the history of Bahá'í?[edit | edit source]

The Bahá'í faith was founded by a man named Bahá'u'lláh who was from the country Persia.

Who are some famous people who have practiced Bahá'í?[edit | edit source]

What is a story from Bahá'í?[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]