A (7) | B (3) | C (12) | D (7) | E (9) | F (2) | G (1) | H (4) | I (15) | J (1) | L (4) | M (9) | N (2) | O (3) | P (17) | Q (1) | S (8) | T (11) | U (2) | V (5) | W (1)
Word Definition
panorama An unobstructed or all-encompassing view extending in all directions.
pantheistic prodigies Refers to popular belief that Divinity resides in all human beings, or in Nature itself, and to miraculous powers attributed to this supposed endowment.
pathologies Deviations from a healthy or normal condition; processes of a disease.
patrimony The things that a generation has inherited from its ancestors.
patronage The appointments or privileges that a person in power gives to loyal supporters.
patronized The treatment of someone as if he were less intelligent or knowledgeable than yourself.
peerless Something so exceptional that it is without equal.
periphery The area around the edge of something; the state of having only a minor involvement in something.
pivotal Vitally important, especially in determining the outcome or success of something.
postulate A claim or basic principle that is assumed to be true.
precept A rule or principle that guides somebody's actions, especially one that guides moral behaviour.
primary Authors In the Bahá’í Writings, those Figures who inaugurated a new religious dispensation, such as Moses, Jesus, Buddha and Muhammad.
primitive Relating to or appearing in an earlier stage of development.
promulgated Proclaimed or declared in an official or formal manner so that it is widely known.
proselytism Forcefully trying to convert someone to a religious faith.
Providence The wisdom, care and guidance provided by God to humankind.
Psalms A book of the Bible made up of long series of poems and hymns to God, believed to have been written by King David.

One Common Faith

Prepared in 2005 under the supervision of the Universal House of Justice, this commentary reviews relevant passages from both the writings of Bahá’u’lláh and the scriptures of other faiths against the background of the contemporary religious crisis. (source: link)