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i fiduciari del misericordioso

by adib taherza deh

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L’autore spiega l’origine dell’Ordine amministrativo della Fede bahá’í, che non è guidata da un ordine clericale, ma da un rivoluzionario sistema amministrativo che riassume gli aspetti migliori dei vari tipi di sistemi politici. Espone i principi spirituali che governano le attività dei vari organi decisionali che lo compongono ed esamina lo sviluppo che essi hanno subito nei primi cinquant’anni dalla loro istituzione.
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