About Bahá'í Faith

“Let your Vision be world embracing” - Baha’u’llah

The Bahá’í Faith is an independent world religion that was founded in 1844 and has been present in Australia since 1920. The Faith's central theme is the oneness of humanity, a core principle of the Bahá’í Faith. By seeking to eliminate racial prejudice, work towards the advancement of equality of women and men and build spiritual communities that reflect the human family in all of its diversity, the Bahá’ís in Australian and worldwide are striving to give expression to the principle of the oneness of the humanity, and a global society.

What Bahá’ís believe:

Some of the major principles of the Bahá’í Faith include:

  • The oneness of mankind – we are all one family in all of its diversity
  • The oneness of religions and that all major religions come from the one God
  • The equality of women and men
  • Investigating the truth for ourselves
  • Universal education for all
  • Economic problems in the world are directly linked to spiritual problems

For more information about the Bahá’í Faith, visit the Bahá’í Web site.

For information about the Bahá’í Faith in Australia, visit the Australian Bahá’í Web site.

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