Christianity Beyond the Crossroads
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Drawing on the scriptures, this book helps us understand the specific issues that confront Christianity today. It discusses their possible solutions, particularly in the light of Bahá’u’lláh’s Revelation.
From the Preface by Hooper C. Dunbar:
Dr Lameh Fananapazir’s new volume conveys its convincing arguments through the same general expository methods he employed so effectively in his previous work on Islam. Considering the diversity of views currently weighing on Jewish and Christian communities around the globe, the content of this book holds the promise of new vision and understanding. It is addressed to the sincere followers of these Faiths and to other fair-minded people seeking a united way forward – a way which corresponds with the urgent worldwide need for unity and wholeness, one that enables souls to resolve the perplexities of our broken past. Before us lies the prospect of promoting a worldwide fraternity based on God-given scriptures, the common heritage of us all.
Amidst the darkness besetting us, the words and teachings of Bahá’u’lláh shine out as a beacon of hope, illumining the path ahead – they constitute, as demonstrated here, the consummate gift of God to our distracted age.
About the Author
Lameh Fananapazir was born in Iran and spent his youth in Gambia, Morocco and Kenya. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, and has specialized in Cardiology and later in Electrophysiology, following which he was recruited to investigate the mechanisms of sudden death in athletes and patients with genetic cardiac conditions at the National Institutes of Health where he became the chief of the Section of Inherited Heart Diseases. He was subsequently appointed the director of Health Services at the Bahá’í World Centre and Visiting Professor of Cardiology at Technion, Israel
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